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FOREWORD 



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The history of the forty-sixth year of life at Woman's Col- 
lege is presented in a book typical of the school itself, the 1939 
volume of PINE NEEDLES. Because it is representative, it 
presents the college and its personalities in the light to which we 
are most accustomed. The book does not, therefore, confine 
itself to any one phase of college life, no matter how important 
that one phase may seem It portrays the school not only during 
its working hours but its playtime as well — a composite picture 
of many activities. 

In recalling for you the extensive programs of the student 
and organizations of the Woman's College we realize that noth- 
ing is more outstanding than our democratic way of living. 
Woman's College is a democracy in which is bound up the spirit 
of the pioneer state, the dynamic activity of the present, and 
the purposeful planning of a state of time to come. 

Because we believe that today the ideal of democracy is 
more important than ever before in the history of the world, we 
have chosen that ideal as the theme of our year book. From 
Paul Green's dramatic story of the beginnings of the colonization 
in our own state, "The Lost Colony," we have selected quota- 
tions of representative verse to give to you that significant 
spirit of the hope and the life of the commonwealth of North 
Carolina and the community of Woman's College of the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina. 




or here once u/alked the men of dreams. 
The sons of hope and pain and wonder, 
Upon their foreheads froths bright diadem. 
The light of the sun in their countenance. 
*4nd ~Hieir lips singing a mur song _ 
A song for ages cjet unborn. 
For us the children that come after them_ 
"i new and mightg taorld to be I 
They sang. 
""• land majestic, free .unbounded ! 



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Educator, counselor, believer in youth, Miss Minnie L. Jami- 
son has served the college and the state since her graduation. 
Her work has been as distinctive for excellence as for length 
of service. Her personality has influenced generation after 
generation of college girls. 

To Miss Jamison, who has shown herself to be the peerless 
friend of young womanhood, her "last class of Spencer girls" and 
the Class of 1939 feel honored to dedicate this volume of PINE 
NEEDLES. 



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MISS MINNIE L JAMISON 



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Remodeled Entrance to North Spencer 




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Ruins of the Old Training School 





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The Bridge 



Home Economics Buildinc 





Administration Building from the Front Campus 



Alumnae House as Seen from the Post Office 




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Front Entrance to Mclver Building 




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Anna M. Gove Infirmary 







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I haue a dream _ so let it be, but" still 

it coiW persist until I die There is an 

ancient raying that if a tree ajoald 
groaj great it must send its roots deep 
and ujide . In its shade the lesser trees 
ujill die. %o it is xaith nations, so ujith an 
idea, or bu uour leaue , a dream. 




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IN MEMORIAM 




This page is dedicated with devoted 
appreciation by the students of the 
Woman's College of the University of 
North Carolina to the memory of 
Charles Thomas Woollen, University 
of North Carolina 1905, Controller of 
the University of North Carolina, who 
worked for the upbuilding of the 
Woman's College "with all his heart, 
with all his soul, and with all his mind." 
F. P. G. 




GOV CLYDE ROARK HOEY DR. FRANK PORTER GRAHAM 

CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH 

CAROLINA 



EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEE 

CLYDE ROARK HOEY, ex officio, Chairman. 

HENRY MAUGER LONDON, ex officio, Sec- 
refary. 

*1940: JOHN SPRUNT HILL, WALTER 
MURPHY, JOHN J. PARKER. 

:: 4942: MRS. LAURA WEILL CONE, MISS 
EASDALE SHAW, HAYWOOD PARKER 

"1944: JOSEPHUS DANIELS, CLARENCE POE, 
IRVIN B.TUCKER. 

*1946: CHARLES WHEDBEE, WILLIAM D. 
FAUCETTE, LESLIE WEIL. 

"Term expires. 



The College became a part of the University of North Carolina in 1931, 
when the General Assembly of North Carolina passed an act to consolidate 
the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the State College of Agricul- 
ture and Engineering at Raleigh, and the North Carolina College for Wom- 
en, into the University of North Carolina. By the provisions of this act, the 
North Carolina College for Women on July 1, 1932, became the Woman's 
College of the University of North Carolina. At that time, also, the Board of 
Trustees chosen by the General Assembly assumed control of the new univer- 
sity, and a few months later they elected Dr. Frank Porter Graham its presi- 
dent. 



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BUILDING PROGRAM 

MEMBERS OF BUILDING COMMITTEE 

MRS. LAURA W. CONE, Chairman 

DR. W, C. JACKSON 

MISS HARRIET W. ELLIOTT 

MR. C. E. TEAGUE 

MR. T. C. HOYLE, JR. 



There is an extensive and interesting building program in progress 
on this campus. Beginning with the renovation of Spencer Hall, which 
is now an exquisite and modern building, we have been carrying out a 
program in cooperation with the Federal Government. The North Wing 
of Spencer which was not remodeled last year, will be completed during 
the spring. A large increase in the enrollment has made the construction of two new residence halls nec- 
essary. These halls, which are to be in effect one building, are to be of Georgian style of architecture and 
are to be located at the north end of the Quadrangle. They will house approximately three hundred 
students. 

A Science Building, costing approximately $300,000, is already under construction on the old Athletic 
Field and will house the Biology, Chemistry, and Physics departments. A small sum of money has been ap- 
propriated for the remodeling of Mclver Building. A new dining hall is being constructed, completing the 
original plan of four dining rooms surrounding the central kitchen and service departments. All of the 
construction work in progress is supposed to be completed by September, 1939. 




MRS. LAURA W. CONE 














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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS 



DR. WALTER CLINTON 
JACKSON 

DEAN OF ADMINISTRATION 




The government of the College is based upon the principles to be found in any well-organized com- 
munity. The Faculty and the students have integrated their ideas in the formation of the Constitution. The 
law-making authority resides in a representative body from the student group and the Faculty. All student 
officers are chosen democratically. The student organization works in close cooperation with the Dean of 
Women and the Counselors who have charge of the residence halls. 

There are three divisions of the student government machinery: the Judicial Board, the Legislature, 
and the House Organizations, serving in their various capacities. 

It is understood that to the Faculty and the Executive Officers is reserved the handling of such matters 
as affect academic questions, matters relating to the health of the college community, the control of 
property, and of special cases of discipline which are outside of student jurisdiction. 



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MISS HARRIET ELLIOT 

DEAN OF WOMEN 



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ADMINISTRATIVE 
OFFICERS 



DR. JULIUS I, F0US1 

PRESIDENT EMERITUS 



MISS LAURA H. COIT 

SECRETARY OF THE COLLEGE 



MR. E. J. FORNEY 

TREASURER 



MR. CLAUDE EDWARD TEAGUE 

ASSISTANT COMPTROLLER 



MR. C. W. PHILLIPS 

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS 



MISS MARY TAYLOR MOORE 

REGISTRAR 



DR RUTH M. COLLINGS 

PHYSICIAN 



MR. GUY R. LYLE 

LIBRARIAN 



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HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS 



ART 
GREGORY D. IVY 
B.S., MA 

Associate Professor 

Central Missouri State Teachers College, B S., 1928; Columbia Uni- 
versity, MA, 1932. 

BIOLOGY 

JOHN PAULGIVLER 

Ph.B., MA. 
Professor 

Hamline University, B A., 1906; MA, 1912; Columbia University. 

CHEMISTRY 

FLORENCE LOUISE SCHAEFFER 
BA, MA. 

Professor 

Barnard College, BA, 1920; Mount Holyoke College, M.A, 1922; Yale 
University. 

CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION 

CHARLTON C. JERNIGAN 

M.A, PhD. 
Assistant Professor 

Duke University, BA, 1925; MA, 1926; PhD., 1935; University of 

Chicago. 

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 
GEORGE M. JOYCE 
BS, M.S. 

Assistant Professor 

Indiana State Teachers' College, B S., 1930; Indiana University, MS, 
1935. 



ECONOMICS 

AND ACTING HEAD 

SECRETARIAL SCIENCE 

ALBERT S. KEISTER 
MA, Ph.D. 

Professor 

Otterbein College, BA, 1910; Columbia University, M.A, 1911; Uni- 
versity of Chicago, PhD, 1927. 



EDUCATION 

JOHN H.COOK 
MA, Ph.D. 
Professor 

Ohio Northwestern Un.versity, B.S., 1908; Miami, B.A., 1912; Columbia 
University, MA, 1917; PhD, 1925. 



ENGLISH 

WILLIAM C. SMITH 
Ph.B., L.H.D. 

Professor of English Language and Literature 
University of North Carolina, Ph B, 1896; L H D., 1920 



GERMAN 

CAROLINE B. SCHOCH 

Ph.B., MA 
Professor 

University of Chicago, Ph B , 1907; University of Marburg, 1907-H 
University of Wisconsin, MA,, 1919. 



GIVLER SCHAEFFER JERNIGAN 




JOYCE KEISTER COOK 



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COLLI NGS 



KENDRICK 



EDWARDS 

BARTON 

ALTVATER 



ROSINGER 
COLEMAN 
WARFIELD 



HIGHSMITH 

BARNEY 

JOHNSON 



HEALTH 

Medical Division 
RUTH M. COLLINGS 
B.A., M.D. 

Physician and Professor of Hygiene 

Pomono College, B A., 1919; University of Pennsylvania, M.D., 1923. 

HYGIENE 

VICTORIA CARLSSON 
MA, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor 

Columbia University, B.Sc, 1922; M.Sc, MA., 1923; Ph.D., 1929. 

HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE 

BENJAMIN B. KENDRICK 
MA, Ph.D. 

Professor 

Mercer University, B.S., 1905; MA, 1911; Columbia University, Ph.D., 
1914. 



HOME ECONOMICS 

MARGARET MESSENGER EDWARDS 
B.S., MA. 
Professor 

Montana State College, B.S., 1912; Columbia University, MA, 1920; 
Cornell University; University of Chicago. 

MATHEMATICS 

HELEN BARTON 
M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor 

Goucher College, BA, 1913; Johns Hopkins University, MA, 1922; Ph D , 



MUSIC 

H. HUGH ALTVATER 
BA., Mus.M. 
Professor of Music and Dean of the School of Music 

University of Michigan, B.A., 1920; Southwestern College, Mus.M., 1925; 
University of Michigan, Mus.M., 1929. 

PHILOSOPHY 

KURT EDWARD ROSINGER 
MA., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor 

University of Michigan BA, 1923; M.A., 1924; Harvard University, 

PhD, 1928. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

MARY CHANNING COLEMAN 
B.S. 
Professor 

Columbia University, B.S, 1917; Wellesley College. 

PHYSICS 

CALVIN N. WARFIELD 
MA, Ph.D. 
Professor 

Johns Hopkins University, BE, 1923, MA, 1925, PhD, 1926. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

JAMES ALBERT HIGHSMITH 
MA, Ph.D. 

Professor 

University of North Carolina, BA, 1910, MA, 1915; George Peabody 
College for Teachers, Ph.D., 1923. 

ROMANCE LANGUAGES 

WINFIELD S BARNEY 
MA, Ph.D. 

Professor 

Dartmouth College, B.A., 1905; Hobart College, MA, 1911; Syracuse 
University, PhD., 1916. 

SOCIOLOGY 

GLENN R. JOHNSON 
BA, MA 
Professor 

Reed College, B.A, 1915; Columbia University, MA, 1916. 



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IN MEMORIAM 



During the past year the College lost one of Its most beloved and valuable faculty members. Miss Etta 
R. Spier, who died on October 29, 1938, has been associated with the College from its beginning. She en- 
tered the College as a student when it began its first session in 1892, was graduated in the class of 1895, 
and, save for interruptions to teach in the public schools and to study, was a member of the Education Fac- 
ulty of the College until her death. The services of Miss Spier to this College and to all who knew her 
were so long, so varied, so effective, and so valuable that she earned our respect and won our admiration. 
It is with a sense of deep loss that the College pays tribute to her memory. 



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THE FACULTY 



OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 



Frank Porter Graham, MA, LL D , D.C L, D.Litt, President of the University. 

Julius I. Foust, Ph.B., LL.D, President Emeritus 

Walter Clinton Jackson, B.S., LL.D , Dean of Administration 

Harriet Wiseman Elliott, BA, MA, Dean of Women. 

Laura H. Coit, Secretary of the College 



Mary Taylor Moore, Registrar. 

Claude Edward Teague, B A , Assistant Controller. 

E. J. Forney, Treasurer. 

Ruth M. Collings, BA, M D., Physician. 

Guy R. Lyle, BA, B.S., MS, Librarian. 



OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION 



ART 

Gregory D. Ivy, B.S., MA, Associate Professor. 

Elizabeth Mclver Weatherspoon, Associate Professor 

Mollie Anne Peterson, Ph B , MA, Associate Professor. 

Robert M Skelton, B S., MA, Instructor. 

Hermione Homlett, BA, MA, Instructor. 

Sidney G. Warner, B A., Instructor. 

Dorothy S. Mcllvoine, B.F.A, MA., Instructor. 

ASTRONOMY 

Cornelia Strong, BA, MA, Professor. 

BIOLOGY 

John Paul Givler, Ph.B., MA, Professor. 

Earl H. Hall, B.S., MS, Professor of Botany, 

Inez Coldwell, BA, Associate Professor. 

Archie D Shaftesbury, B A , Ph D., Associate Professor of Zoology. 

Helen Ingraham, BS, MS, Associate Professor, 

Moude Williams, BA, MS, Associate Professor of Physiology. 

Lila Belle Love, BS, MS, Associate Professor of Physiology 

Albert Frederick Thiel, B A , MA , Ph D , Associate Professor of Botany 

Lowrence S Ritchie, BA, MA, PhD, Instructor. 

Edna Arundel, BA, MA., Instructor in Geography. 

Mary Elizabeth Brummitt, B A , Assistant. 

Madeline Heffner, B A , Assistant 

Elizabeth Anderson, B A., Assistant. 

CHEMISTRY 

Florence Louise Schaeffer, BA, MA, Professor, 

Mary M. Petty, B.S., Professor, 

Elvo Eudora Barrow, B A , MS Associate Professor 

Martha E, Smith, B A , MA, Ph D , Assistant Professor. 

Kate F Wilkms, BA, MA, Instructor. 

Florence V Olson, BA, MA, PhD, Instructor. 

Mary Welsh Parker, B A , Assistant 

CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION 

Charlton C. Jernigan, BA, MA, Ph.D., Assistant Professor. 
Marie B Denneen, B A , MA, Associate Professor. 

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 

George M. Joyce, B.S., M S., Assistant Professor. 
Mary Ellis Marley, Instructor. 
Mary Harrell, BA, Instructor. 
Barbara A. Perecinic, BA, Instructor. 

ECONOMICS 

Albert S Keister, B A , MA, PhD , Professor. 
Claude Edward Teague, B A, Professor. 
George M. Joyce, BS, M.S., Assistant Professor. 
Harry M Douty, B A , MA, Ph D,, Assistant Professor. 
Charles Anderson, B A., M A., Assistant Professor. 

EDUCATION 

John H Cook, B.S., BA , MA, PhD, Professor. 

Ruth Fitzgerold, B.S., MA, Professor. 

George Anselm, BA, MA., Ph D., Professor. 

Oliver Perry Clutts, B.S., MA., Professor. 

Herbert Kimmel, B A., Ph M , Ph.D., Associate Professor. 

Marie B. Denneen, B A , MA , Associate Professor. 

J. A. Smith, B.Ed., M.S., Associate Professor. 

Miriam MocFadyen, BS, MA, Associate Professor 

Anna M. Kreimeier, Ph B , MA , Assistant Professor. 

Betty Aiken Land, B , M A., Assistant Professor. 

Anna Reger, B A , B.S., Assistant Professor and Librarian, Training School. 

Mary Fitzgerald, BA, Assistant Professor 

Harriett Mehaffie, Ph.B , Assistant Professor. 

Ruth Gunter, B A, MA, Assistant Professor. 

Helen Krug, B S , MA, Assistant Professor. 

Margaret Flintom, BA, MA, Instructor 



EDUCATION 



Eugenia Hunter, BA, Instructor. 

Ruth Agnes Shaver, BA, MA, Instructor. 

Ina Woestemeyer, BS, MA, Ed D , Instructor. 

Dorothy Allen, BA, MA, Instructor. 

Marguerite Conyne Ogden, B.A., MA, Instructor. 

Cothleen Bell, BA, B S. in L.S., Librarian, Training School. 

ENGLISH 

William C. Smith, Ph.B, LHD, Professor of English Language and Literature 

Alonzo C. Hall, B A , MA, Professor. 

William Raymond Taylor, BA, MA, Professor. 

Leonard B. Hurley, B.A., MA, Ph.D., Professor. 

J. Arthur Dunn, BA, MA, Professor 

Allen Tate, BA, Professor. 

Caroline Gordon, BA, Professor. 

George P. Wilson, BA, MA, Professor, 

Mildred Rutherford Gould, BA, MA, Associate Professor. 

Abigail E. Rowley, BA, MA, Associate Professor. 

Nettie S. Tillett, B.A., MA, Associate Professor. 

James W. Painter, BA , M A , Associate Professor. 

Jane Summerell, BA, MA, Associate Professor 

Marc Friedlander, BA, MA, Ph.D., Associate Professor. 

John E. Bndgers, Jr., BA, MA, Associate Professor. 

May Dulaney Bush, B.A., MA, Instructor (On leave of absence). 

Charlotte Kohler, BA, MA, PhD., Instructor. 

Margaret Virginia Shields, BA, MA, Instructor. 

Morion Tatum, B.A., Assistant in Dramatics. 

Wilbur Dorsett, B.A., MA, Assistant in Dramatics. 

Mrs. James Painter, BA, Substitute in English. 

GERMAN 

Caroline B Schoch, Ph B , MA, Professor 

Lasine Elizabeth Von Westen, BA, MA, PhD, Instructor. 

HEALTH 

MEDICAL DIVISION 
Ruth M. Collings, B A., M.D., Physician and Professor of Hygiene. 
Anna M. Gove, M.D., Physician and Professor of Hygiene. 
Helen M. Deane, B.A., BS, B.M., M.D., Associate Professor. 

HYGIENE 
Victoria Carlsson, B.S., M.Sc , MA, Ph D , Associate Professor. 
Mildred Pearl Harris, BA,, M A., Assistant Professor. 
Anne Shamburger, Instructor. 

HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE 

HISTORY 
Benjamin B Kendrick, B S , M A , Ph D , Professor. 
Alex Matthews Arnett, BA, MA, PhD, Professor. 
Clarence D Johns, B A , MA, Professor. 
Magnhilde Gullander, BA , MA, Associate Professor. 
Vera Largent, B A., MA, Associate Professor. 
Bernice Evelyn Draper, BA, MA, Associate Professor. 
Josephine Hege, B A., Instructor (On leave of absence). 
Eugene E Pfaff, B.A, MA, PhD., Instructor. 
Kathleen T. Pfaff, BA, Instructor. 
Jane Lohrer, BA,, Instructor 
Catherine Strateman, BA, MA, Ph.D., Instructor. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 
Harriet Wiseman Elliott, BA, MA, Professor. 
Louise Brevard Alexander, BA, Associate Professor. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

Margaret Messenger Edwards, B S , MA, Professor. 

Mabel Campbell, BS,, MA, Professor. 

Viva M Playfoot, BS., M A., Associate Professor. 

Blanche Tansil, B.S, MA, Associate Professor of Institutional Management. 

Flora White Edwards, B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor. 

Madeleine Blakey Street, B.S., MA, Assistant Professor. 



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HOME ECONOMICS 

Bess Naylor Rosa, B.S., MA,, Assistant Professor. 
Harriet Alice Naumann, B.A., MS., Assistant Professor. 
Agnes N. Coxe, B.L, B.S., MA, Assistant Professor. 
Lucile McMackin, B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor. 
Bernice Allen, B S., M.S , Field Teacher Trainer. 
Evelyn Howell, B.S., Instructor. 
Martha Elizabeth Hathaway, B.S., Instructor. 
Elizabeth C. Cook, B.S., Assistant. 
Frances Forbes, B.S., MS, Instructor. 
Mabel G Bowers, B.S, Instructor. 

MATHEMATICS 

Helen Barton, B.A, MA, Ph.D., Professor. 

Cornelia Strong, B A,, MA,, Professor. 

Emily Holmes Wafkins, B.A, MA., Associate Professor. 

MUSIC 

H. Hugh Altvater, BA., Mus.M., Professor of Music and Dean of the School of 

Music. 
George M. Thompson, B Mus ., M Mus , Professor of Organ 
Alleine Richard Minor, B.S., Associate Professor of Piano. 
Mary Lois Ferrell, Associate Professor of Piano. 

Grace Van Dyke More, B Mus , M.S., Associate Professor of Public School Music. 
Ruth Hannas, B A , MA, Ph D , Associate Professor of Music Theory. 
Birdie Helen Holloway, B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor 
Paul B. Oncley, BA, B.M., MM, Assistant Professor 
Dorthy Lee Clement, BS, Instructor (On leave of absence first semester). 
George E, Henry, BM, MM., Instructor. 
Alma Marie Lissow Oncley, BM, MM, Instructor. 
George W. Dickieson, BM, Instructor. 
Harper Stephens, BA, Instructor. 
Elizabeth Drake, B.S., Assistant in Music. 

PHILOSOPHY 

Kurt Edward Rosinger, B A., MA, Ph D , Assistant Professor. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Mary Channing Coleman, B.S, Professor (On leave of absence first semester). 

Hope Tisdale, BA, MA, Assistant Professor (On leave of absence). 

Ethel L Martus, B.A., M S., Assistant Professor. 

Christine White, B S., Assistant Professor 

Dorothy Davis, B A , MA, Assistant Professor. 

Edith Vail, BS, Instructor. 

Herbert W. Park, Instructor. 

Henrietta Thompson, BS, M.S., Instructor. 

Miriam A Shelden, B.S, MA, Instructor 

Cloire Hartsook, BS, Assistant 

PHYSICS 

Calvin N Warfield, BE, MA, PhD, Professor. 

John A Tiedeman, B S , M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor. 



PSYCHOLOGY 

James Albert Highsmith, BA,, M.A., PhD, Professor. 
William Woodrow Martin, Ph.B., M.A, Professor. 
Elizabeth Duffy, B A , MA, Ph D , Professor. 
Key L Barkley, B A , MA, Ph.D., Associate Professor. 
Wilton P. Chase, BA,, MA, PhD., Assistant Professor. 
Bennie Lee Craig, BA, Assistant. 

ROMANCE LANGUAGES 

Winfield S. Barney, B.A, MA, PhD, Professor. 

George A, Underwood, B A , MA, Ph D ., Professor. 

Malcolm K. Hooke, BA, D. de I'Univ, Professor. 

Meta Helena Miller, BA, MA, PhD, Professor. 

Jessie C. Laird, BA, M.A., Associate Professor. 

Rene Hardre, Prof des E.N., Associate Professor. 

Augustine LaRochelle, BA, MA, Associate Professor. 

Alice Katherine Abbott, BA, MA, Assistant Professor. 

Helen Frances Cutting, B.A,, MA, Assistant Professor. 

Virginia Christian Farinholt, BA, M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor. 

Katherine Taylor, B.A, MA, Assistant Professor. 

SECRETARIAL SCIENCE 

Patty Spruill, B.S., B.A, MA, Assistant Professor. 
Maude L. Adams, B.A., MA, Assistant Professor. 
G. H. Parker, B.S., M.A , Assistant Professor. 
Vance Littlejohn, B.A, BS, M.Ed., Instructor. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Glenn R. Johnson, B.A, M.A., Professor. 

Lyda Gordon Shivers, B A., LL B., M.A, PhD., Associate Professor. 

Mereb E Mossman, B.A, MA, Assistant Professor. 

THE LIBRARY 

Guy R. Lyle, B.A., B.S., M.S., Librarian. 

E Elizabeth Sampson, B.S., Head Cataloguer. 

Virginia Trumper, In Charge of Periodicals 

Sue Vernon Williams, B A, MA, Reference Librarian 

Marjorie Hood, B.A., BA.in L.S., Head of Circulation Department. 

Minnie Middleton Hussey, B.A., Readers' Adviser. 

Treva Wilkerson, B.A., Circulation Department. 

Ruth Worley, BA, BA.in L.S , Assistant Cataloguer. 

Sarah Bowling, B.A,, B.A in L.S., Order Assistant and Secretary to the Librarian. 

Anna M. Urban, BA, MA, B A in L.S, Reference Assistant and Instructor in 

Library Use 
Alice L Boyd, BA, MA,, B S in LS, Reserve Librarian and Circulation Manager. 

PUBLIC RELATIONS 

Charles Wiley Phillips, B A, MA, Director of Public Relations. 
Virginia Terrell Lathrop, B.A , Publications Office. 



COUNSELORS 



Helen Burns, BA, MA, Counselor in Anna Howard Shaw Hall. 

Anne Fulton Carter, B A., Counselor in South Spencer Hall 

Annie Beam Funderburk, BA, MA., Counselor in Mary Foust Hall. 

lone H. Grogan, B A., MA, Counselor in East Hall. 

Martha Elizabeth Hathaway, B S, Counselor in Hinshaw Hall. 

Hazel Clark, BA, MA, Counselor in North Spencer Hall 

Anne Pleasants Hopkins, B A., Counselor in Kirkland Hall 



Mabel Swanson, B.S., M.S., Dietitian. 
Edna A Forney, B A , Assistant Treasurer. 
Mary Alice Tennent, BA, Assistant Registrar 
Estelle Boyd, Supervisor of Dormitories. 
Clara Booth Byrd, B A , Alumnae Secretary 
Jessie R. McLean, R.N , Nurse. 



Ethel Haskin Hunter, Counselor in Gray Hall 

Minnie L. Jamison, Counselor. 

Nancy Duke Lewis, BA, M.A, Counselor in Bailey Hall. 

Evelyn Martin, BA, Counselor in West Hall. 

Mary Welsh Parker, BA, Counselor in Woman's Hall 

Rebecca Cole, BS, MA., Counselor in Cotten Hall. 

Katherine Taylor, B.A., MA, Counselor in New Guilford Hall. 



OTHER OFFICERS 



Cora Jane Staton, R N , Nurse 

Bessie Doub, Assistant Dietitian. 

Sara Sue Cassell, B A, Assistant Dietitian. 

Mary Proctor Adderton, B A , Manager of Book Store. 

Janette Stout Turner, B.A, M A, Manager of Post Office. 

J. M. Sink, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. 



SECRETARIES AND OFFICE ASSISTANTS 



Hallie Anthony, Department of Public Relations. 

Frances Foster, Office of the Alumnae Secretary. 

Elizabeth Gant, B S., Office of the Dean of Music. 

Margaret Haigler, Office of the Secretary of the College 

Edith Harwood, B L , Office of the Registrar. 

Mary Hasty, Department of Public Relations. 

Kathleen Pettit Hawkins, Office of the Secretary of the College 

Sara Henry, B.A., Office of the Treasurer. 

Annie H Hughes, Office of the College Physician. 

May Lattimore, Office of the Dean of Women. 

Mary Betty Lee, Office of the Principal of Curry Training School. 



Edythe Orrell Leslie, Department of Home Economics 

Lilian Mebane Lovings, Mimeographing Department. 

Eva Cox Melvin, B.L., Department of Education. 

Mildred P. Newton, B A, Office of the Registrar (On leave of absence first 

semester) 
Helen Pickard, Office of the Assistant Controller. 

Katherine Sherrill, BA, Office of the Dean of Women (On leave of absence). 
Elizabeth Yates, B A,, Office of the Dean of Administration. 
Frances Howell, Office of the Registrar. 
Lucy Spinks, B.S.S.A., Office of the Class Chairmen. 
Betty Brown Jester, B.A , Manager of Book Store. 



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COUNSELORS AND RESIDENCE HALL LIFE 

Each of the thirteen residence halls on the Woman's College campus is a home for approximately one hundred 
and thirty students from September until June with a Counselor as an official hostess. It is to these Counselors that 
the students feel most free to go to for advice on personal, social, and academic problems. The deep feeling of friend- 
ship and loyalty which exists between the Counselor and the students of her residence hall is one of the most basic 
aids in creating an atmosphere of responsible freedom on our campus. 



MISS BURNS 




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The social life of the whole campus circles around the social life in these thirteen halls. Each hall has, or is ac- 
quiring, a game room for ping pong, dancing, games, and parties. Tea dances, informal parties, out-door activities, 
and teas play their part in rounding out a college program in which all students are urged to participate. 



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COUNSELORS 



MRS. FUNDERBURK 



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MRS HUNTER 



MISS HELEN BURNS Shaw Hal 

MRS. ANNE FULTON CARTER South Spencer Hal 

MISS HAZEL CLARK North Spencer Hal 

MISS REBECCA COLE Cotten Hal 

MRS. ANNIE BEAM FUNDERBURK Mary Foust Hal 

MISS IONE GROGAN East Hal 

MISS MARTHA ELIZABETH HATHAWAY Hinshaw Hal 

MISS ANNE PLEASANTS HOPKINS Kirkland Hal 

MRS. J. S. HUNTER Gray Hal 

MISS NANCY LEWIS Bailey Hal 

MISS EVELYN MARTIN West Ha! 

MISS MARY WELSH PARKER Woman's Hal 

MISS KATHERINE TAYLOR New Guilford Hal 




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EMILY HARRIS 
PRESIDENT 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 

We live together here on our campus in an atmosphere of responsible freedom, and 
we are all working toward the same goal — to strengthen our characters, our minds, our 
personalities. This is the individual goal; we stand united in one purpose — to do our 
part in building a Greater University. 

Our setup offers an opportunity for self-government, and the success and spirit of our 
association depends just as much upon the individual student as it does upon the student 
officers. The Woman's College of the University of North Carolina stands for all that is 
vital, honorable, and real in life. Our Student Government Association has as its funda- 
mental aim to contribute always to the academic and social achievement of our college. 




GERTRUDE RAINEY 
VICE-PRESIDENT 



RUTH GILLMORE 
SECRETARY 



ELIZABETH PATTEN 
TREASURER 



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LEGISLATURE 



The Legislature has as its chair- 
man the Vice-President of Student 
Government Association and is com- 
posed of the President of Student 
Government, Treasurer of Student 
Government, the President of the 
Town Students' Association, the 
House Presidents, three members 
from each of the four classes, two 
members from the first year com- 
mercial class, and three members 
from the faculty. The Legislature, as 
a representative group, strives to 
keep its finger on the pulse of the 
entire student body. All legislation 
that is passed is designed to follow 
and interpret the needs of the cam- 
pus. 

Members from the classes: SENIOR: Betsy 
Wharton, Leah Smirnow, Frances Crockett. 
JUNIOR: Joy Carman, Rose Pully, Sophie 
Schaetfer. SOPHOMORE, First Semester: 
Alice Colder, Betty Prevette, Elizabeth Falls. 
COMMERCIAL, First Semester: Katherine 
Godwin, Miriam Soloman. 




JUDICIAL BOARD 



The College Judicial Board is com- 
posed of the President of the Stu- 
dent Government Association, the 
Secretary of the Student Government 
Association, five members of the 
Senior Class, and two members of 
the Junior class. This Board elects 
one member from the faculty to serve 
in an advisory capacity. This Judicial 
Board, in cooperation with the Hall 
Judicial Boards, handles all the mat- 
ters of discipline on the campus 
which are not' specifically delegated 
to other authorities. The whole pur- 
pose of this Board centers around its 
efforts to GUIDE and HELP students, 
rather than to punish and restrict 
them. 

Members: Jeanne Carey, Mary Cochrane, 
Sarah Virginia Dunlap, Ruth Gillmore, Emily 
Harris, Mildred Haugh, Mary Elizabeth Pur- 
vis, Mary Elizobeth Taylor, Ann Tillinghast. 

Faculty Advisor: Miss Louise Alexander. 




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HOUSE PRESIDENTS 



Each residence hall has its own House President who serves as the student adviser, and presides ovei 
the Hall Board of her particular hall. These girls are elected in the spring of the year from the incoming 
junior and senior classes. The juniors serve in freshmen houses while seniors act as the Administrative 
officers of Student Government in each of the other halls. 



ANNA HOWARD SHAW HALL, Dorothy Rosse- 
land; BAILEY HALL, Eleanor Kerchner; COTTEN 
HALL, Louise Crowell; EAST HALL, Muriel Qua; 
GRAY HALL, Wilhelmina Efird, HINSHAW HALL, 
Eleanor Horner; KIRKLAND HALL, Helen Book; 
MARY FOUST HALL, Marian White Fisher, NEW 
GUILFORD HALL, Charlotte Michlin; NORTH 
SPENCER HALL, Ceiia Durham, SOUTH SPENCER 
HALL, Alice Suiter, WEST HALL, Grace Mewborn; 
WOMAN'S HALL, Miriam Gault. 



HALL BOARDS 

The Hall Boards, consisting of the House 
President of each residence hall and four 
girls chosen by the members of each hall, 
are in charge of all disciplinary matters of 
their own group which come under their jurisdiction In the Commercial and Freshmen halls the Boards 
consist of the House Presidents and the Hall Proctors; thus the constituency of these Boards changes each 
six weeks period. Individual consideration and treatment of each case with guidance rather than punish- 
ment as the chief concern is the principle of these Boards. 




ANNA HOWARD SHAW 

DOROTHY ROSSELAND, President 
MEMBERS 

Edith Winborne, Nancy Walthall, Hazel Kiker, Elizabeth Phillips. 
BAILEY 

ELEANOR KERCHNER, President 
MEMBERS 

Dorothy Brown, Mory Ruth Cochran, Virginia Boger, Celia Hall. 

COTTEN 

LOUISE CROWELL, President 

MEMBERS 

Nancy McManaway, Jeon Church, Minnie Lou Parker, Angela Ham- 
mond. 

KIRKLAND 

HELEN BOOK, President 

MEMBERS 

Helen Rankin, Hester Toler, Esther Ann Quinn, Peggy Dean. 

MARY FOUST 

MARIAN WHITE FISHER, President 



MEMBERS 

Edna Cartwright, Lois Barnes, Jean McDonald, Jane Zimmerman. 
NEW GUILFORD 

CHARLOTTE MICHLIN, President 
MEMBERS 

Margaret Wyatt, Elinor Henderson, Jean Hodges, Margaret Woodson, 
NORTH SPENCER 

CELIA DURHAM, President 
MEMBERS 

Mamie Grace Smith, Virginia Ritter, Mary Louise Riddick, Bobbie Jean 

Love. 
WEST 

GRACE MEWBORN, President 

MEMBERS 

Elizabeth Falls, Pearl Chamness, Matoaka Torrence, Helen Forrester. 

WOMAN'S 

MIRIAM GAULT, President 
MEMBERS 

Isabel Palmer, Valerie Powell, Dorothy Coley, Helen Weitzel. 



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FINANCE BOARD 

The Finance Board supervises the 
financial policies of the student or- 
ganizations participating in the bud- 
get, and decides upon the allocation 
of the student activities fee among 
these organizations. It also aids and 
guides the four classes in the han- 
dling of their funds. 

Chairman, Gertrude Rainey, Secretary, 
Virginia Ambrose, Treasurer, Miss Nancy 
Lewis. Leah Smirnow, Celia Durham, Mr 
Claude E. Teague, Dr. Albert S. Keister. 




HONOR BOARD 

The Honor Board is composed of 
the President of the Student Govern- 
ment Association, three members of 
the Senior Class from the College 
Judicial Board, and the three faculty 
members appointed by the Dean of 
Administration. This Board handles 
all cases of dishonesty within the col- 
lege community, and it strives to 
help the students see that their 
honor is the strongest obligation they 
owe to the University. 

Members: Emily Harris, Mary Cochrane, 
Sarah Virginia Dun'ap, Mary Elizabeth Purvis, 
Miss Harriet Elliott, Miss Virginia Fairnholt, 
and Dr. Malcolm R. Hooke. 




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MASCOT AND CHAIRMAN 

HAMPTON TEAGUE 

MASCOT OF CLASS OF 1939 

Miss Bernice Draper has the distinction of being the first class 
chairman to guide her class from the beginning of their freshman year 
until their graduation. She was most effective in that fine art of inter- 
preting the college to the new student and the new student to the col- 
lege. Of the abundance of energy she has lavished upon them, members 
of the Class of 1939 are deeply appreciative. 




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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




JPF 

GRACE MEWBORN PHYLLIS KEISTER FRANCES HORNER SARAH VIRGINIA DUNLAP 

SARAH VIRGINIA DUNLAP President 

GRACE MEWBORN Vice-President 

PHYLLIS KEISTER , Secretary 

FRANCES HORNER Treasurer 

HILDA WALKER Cheer Leader 

MISS BERNICE DRAPER Class Chairman 



CLASS SONG 

Seeking beauty, strength, and wisdom 

In a never-ending quest, 

We, the Class of Thirty-nine, 

Cherish ideals pure and fine, 

Seeking, giving of our best, 

As we march toward Life's bright crest. 



With all the zeal of our courageous young hearts, 

With all the loyalty they hold, 

We'll look to God to guide as forward we go, 

We'll ever strive to reach our goal. 

Oh College dear, may we bring honor to you. 1 

Thirty-nine is loyal to you! 

We're strong to dare and do 1 

FLOWER Red and White Rose 

COLORS Red and White 

MOTTO "Esse quam videre" 



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DORIS ADAMS 

WARRENTON 
A.B. Sociology 

Adelphian; Basketball (1); Hockey (1); 
Athletic Association (1, 2); Varsity Base- 
ball (2); Clogging Club (2, 3, 4); Arch- 
ery Club (3, 4); Life Saving (3); A. A. 
Camp Committee (4); Riding Club (4); 
College Band (2, 3, 4); Publicity Chair- 
man (4); Inter-racial Committee (4) 
Sophomore Pageant (2); Art Club (3, 4) 
CAROLINIAN Photography Editor (3, 4) 
PINE NEEDLES Photography Editor (3 
4)- Honor Roll (1); Sociology Club (4). 



ETHEL ALTSHULER 

PATERSON, N. J. 
A.B. Economics 



FRANCES PARKER APPEL 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Education Club; University of Pennsylva- 
nia (4). 



GRETCHEN AYCOCK 

FREMONT 
B.S. Home Economics 
Adelphian; Home Economics Club (I, 2, 
3, 4); College Choir (1); House Vice- 
President; Sophomore Pageant (2); Junior 
Adviser (3). 



FLORENCE G.ALBRIGHT 

ROSELLE, N. J. 

A.B. Spanish 
Aletheian; Park College, Parkville, Mo. 
(1); Glee Club (1); Spanish Club (1); 
Junior Orchesis (2); Le Cercle Francois 
(3, 4); CHANTECLAIR Staff (4); Honor 
Roll (1, 2, 3); Junior Adviser (3). 



IMO JEAN ANTHONY 

YADKINVILLE 

A.B. English 
Cornelian; Square Circle (2, 3, 4); Bot- 
any Club (3, 4); Education Club (4); 
Baptist Student Union Council (4), Third 
Vice-President. 



MARGARETTA AUSTIN 

HIGH POINT 
A.B. Art 
Dikean; High Point College (1, 2); Art 
Club (3, 4); Square Dance Club (4). 



CORINNA ANNE BAIN 

FAYETTEVILLE 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 
Dikean; Le Cercle Francois (1); Playlikers 
(1, 2); Physics Club (2); Education Club 
(3, 4); Hall Proctor (3); Presbyterian 
Student Organization (2, 3, 4), Secretary 
(4); Honor Roll (3). 




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SUSAN E. BARKSDALE 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. Art 

Aletheian; Art Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Botany 
Club (2, 3, 4); CORADDI (3, 4), Asso- 
ciate Editor (4); Quill Club (3, 4), 



MARY RACHAEL BARNES 

WILSON 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Cornelian; Le Cercle Francois (I, 2); 
Speakers' Club (4). 



J. EDITH BARRIER 

MT. PLEASANT 

B.S. Home Economics 

Adelphian; Home Economics Club (2, 3, 
4); Education Club (4). 



LOUISE BECK 

FUQUAY SPRINGS 
B.S. Home Economics 

Dikean; Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); 
Education Club (4). 



MARY JANE BECKERDITE 

WINSTON-SALEM 
B.S. Home Economics 
Adelphian; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 
3, 4). 



JUSTINA BERNARD 

LENOIR 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian. 



KATHERINE BERNHARDT 

SALISBURY 
A.B. Sociology 

Dikean; Race Relations Club (3, 4); Y 
Cabinet (4); Transfer from St. Mary's 
(1, 2). 



MARGARET BEST 

FREMONT 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Cornelian; Education Club (4). 



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LUCILEBETHEA 

DILLON, S. C. 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 
Dikean; Treasurer (4); Botany Club (2); 
Hall Proctor (3); Education Club, Presi- 
dent (4); International Relations Club 



CATHERINE BLANCHARD 

HOBBSVILLE 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 
Cornelian, Transfer from Louisburg Col- 
lege (1, 2); Education Club (3, 4). 



DORIS MAE BLAND 

VANCEBORO 
A.B. Mathematics 
Dikean; Transfer from Guilford College 
(1, 2); Square Circle (3, 4), Vice-Presi- 
dent (4); Education Club (3, 4). 



AVISBOLDERSON 

CHARLOTTE 
B.S. Home Economics 



Dikean; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3 
4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Christian 
Congregational Group, Social Chairman 
Hall Proctor (3, 4). 



ALICE DUFFY BLADES 

NEW BERN 
A.B. History 

Dikean; College Choir (1, 2); College 
Band (3); St. Mary's Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Y. W C. A. (2, 3, 4); Wesley Players (3, 
4); Choric Speaking (3); American Stu- 
dent Union (4>; Education Club (4); In- 
ternational Relations Club (4). 



EDITH E. BLANCHARD 

GATESVILLE 
B.S. Home Economics 
Aletheian; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 
4); Hall Proctor (3); Y. W. C A 



FRANCES LOUISE BOLAND 

BURLINGTON 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian; Transfer from Elon College (I, 
2); Delta Upsilon Kappa Sorority; Educa- 
tion Club (3, 4). 



MARY EDITH BOLICK 

HICKORY 
B.S. Home Economics 

Adelphian, Home Economics Club (1, 2, 
3, 4); Education Club (4); Hall Proctor 
(3); Wesley Foundation (1, 2); Freshman 
Commission of Wesley Foundation (1); 
Secretary of Sophomore Commission (2). 




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HELEN C.BOLLING 

HIGH POINT 
B.S. Physical Education 
Aletheion; Le Cercle Francois (1, 2); 
Chemistry Club (2, 3); Playlikers (1, 2); 
International Relations Club (4); Educa- 
tion Club (4); Hall Proctor (1); Social 
Chairman for Dormitory (4); Daisy Chain 
(2); Young Democrats Club (4), Program 
Chairman; CAROLINIAN Sports Editor (1, 
2, 3, 4); PINE NEEDLES (4), Athletic 
Editor (4); Hockey (], 2, 3, 4), Varsity 
(3); Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4); Basketball (1 
2, 3, 4), Varsity (2, 3), Student Head 
(3); A. A. Cabinet (3, 4); Square Dance 
Club (1, 2); Speedball (1, 2, 3); Honor 
Roll (1, 2). 



ELIZABETH BONHAM 

BERGENFIELD, N. J. 

A.B. Spanish 

Cornelian; Orchestra (1); Square Dance 

Club (2, 4); Archery Club (3, 4); Edu- 



cation Club (4). 



EDNA EARLE BOSTICK 

CHARLOTTE 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Aletheian, Treasurer (3); Student Council 
(2); Hall Board (1); CORADDI (2, 3, 
4), Business Staff (2), Business Manager 
(3, 4); Education Club (4). 



CATHERINE BRABBLE 

ORIENTAL 
A.B. Biology 

Dikean; Physics Club (I, 2, 3, 4), Vice- 
President (4); College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Assistant Librarian; Le Cercle Francois 
(2); Bacteriology Club (3, 4); Chemistry 
Club (3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); 
Speakers' Club (3, 4); Junior Adviser 
(3); Y. W. C. A.; House Vice-President 
(2); Honor Roll. 



MARGARET L. BOLUS 

WAKE FOREST 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Cornelian; Education Club (4); Transfer 
from Meredith College. 



HELEN PARKER BOOK 

ALBEMARLE 
A.B. Biology 
Dikean, Inter-society Representative (4); 
Legislature (4); Bacteriology Club (3, 
4); Chemistry Club (2, 3, 4), Treasurer 
(3); Physics Club (4); House President 
(4). 



DORIS HOPE BOWMAN 

BROWN'S SUMMIT 
A.B. English and Science 

Aletheion; Botany Club (2, 3, 4); Educa- 
tion Club (3, 4). 



MARY K. BRADLEY 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. French 

Adelphian; Education Club (4); Le Cercle 
Francois. 



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ETHEL P. BRAXTON 

KINSTON 

B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian; Y.W.C.A.; Hall Proctor (4). 



B.JOSEPHINE BRICK 

DILLON, S. C. 
A.B. Sociology 
Dikean; Inter-racial Re'ations Study 
Group, Steering Committee (4); Educa- 
tion Club (4). 



BETTY M. BROOKSHIRE 

ASHEVILLE 
A.B. English 
Cornelian; Transfer from Brevard Junior 
College- Education Club (4); Square 
Dance Club (4); CAROLINIAN Staff (3, 
4). 



EMELIE ROSE BROWN 

TARBORO 
A.B. Biology 
Dikean Botany Club (2, 3, 4); Educaton 
Club (3, 4); Zoology Field Club (4). 



MARY RUTH BREWER 

HEMP 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Adelphian; Transfer from Brevard Junior 
College; Education Club (4). 



FRANCES E. BRINKLEY 

GLEN ALPINE 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 
Aletheian; YWCA (1, 2, 3, 4); Clog- 
ging Club (2, 3, 4); Archery Club (3); 
Basketball (2, 3, 4), Physics Club (3, 
4); Education Club (4). 



A. ELIZABETH BROWN 

HAMLET 
A.B. English and Psychology 
Cornelian; Orchestra (1, 2); Playlikers 
(1 2)- Freshman Play (1); College Band 
(2 3, 4), Co-Chairman of Publicity (3); 
CAROLINIAN Staff (1, 2); Quill Club 
(3, 4); Junior-Freshman Wedding (3); 
Chairman of American Student Union 
(3)- CORADDI Editorial Staff (3), Edi- 
tor-in-Chief (4); Honor Roll (1, 3). 



JAMIE VIRGINIA BROWN 

SPENCER 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Adelphian; Basketball (1); Square Dance 
Club (1, 2); Education Club (3, 4). 




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M. ELIZABETH BROWN 

ERWIN 
A.B. Sociology 

Adelphian; Inter-racial Relations Study 
Group (3); Sociology Club (4); Der Deut- 
sche Verein (3); Dormitory Representa- 
tive to Council (4); Honor Roll (3). 



EDNAS. BUCHANAN 

CHAPEL HILL 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Cornelian; Junior Class Treasurer; Le 
Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-Presi- 
dent (3); Soccer (1); Hall Proctor (1); 
Hall Board (3); Y. W. C. A.; Editor 
WOMAN'S COLLEGE IN PORTRAIT (4). 



HELEN L. BUMGARNER 

WILKESBORO 

B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Dikean; Education Club (3, 4); Square 

Circle; Speakers' Club (3, 4); Y Council 

(1, 2, 3). 



MARY ANN BURDGE 

RED BANK, N. J. 
B.S. Home Economics 
Aletheian; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 
4); Education Club (4); Varsity Soccer 
Teom (1); Sarah Atkinson Loan Fund 
Committee. 



PAULINE H.BROWNLEE 

SPARTANBURG, S. C. 
A.B. Sociology 

Dikean; Inter-racial Relations Study 
Group (3); Sociology Club (4). 



MARGARET H. BULLOCK 

RED SPRINGS 
B.S. Physical Education 
Dikean; Flora Macdonald College, A.B. 
Degree; Hall Proctor (3, 4); Education 
Club (4); Athletic Association; CARO- 
LINIAN Sports Reporter. 



ELEANOR E.J. BUNDY 

DECATUR, GA. 

A.B. Biology 
Adelphian; Speakers' Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Lutheran Students (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary- 
Treasurer (4); Dormitory Devotiona 
Leader (4); Hall Proctor (3); Zoology 
Field Club (4); Physics Club (4), His- 
torian (4); Bacteriology Club (4); Honor 
Roll (3). 



HELEN CALLAHAM 

CHARLOTTE 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Cornelian; Basketball (2); Square Dance 
Club (1, 2); Education Club (3, 4)- 
CAROLINIAN Staff (2, 3), Circulation 
Manager (3). 



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JEAN KITTRELL CANNON 

AYDEN 
A.B. Primary Education 
Aletheian; Education Club (4); College 
Choir (1); House Vice-President (1). 



CATHERINE CARPENTER 

CHERRYVILLE 

A.B. Biology 
Dikean; Bacteriology Club (3, 4); Zo- 
ology Field Club (3, 4), Secretary-Treas- 
urer (4); Square Dance Club (4); Col- 
lege Choir (2, 4); Wesley Foundation 



EDNA H. CARTWRIGHT 

BALTIMORE, MD. 
A.B. Latin and History 
Aletheian; Chemistry Club (2); Education 
Club (3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (2); 
Square Circle (2); Playlikers (1, 2, 3, 4); 
CAROLINIAN Reporter (2), Board of 
Editors (3, 4); Honor Roll (I, 2, 3); Hall 
Board (4); Classical Club (4), President 
(4); Y Council (3); Y. W C A (1, ?, 
3, 4). 



CHRISTINE R. CAUTHEN 

ROCK HILL, S C 
BS. Secretarial Administration 

Cornelian; Playlikers (1, 2). 



JEANNE E.CAREY 

ELMIRA, N. Y. 
A.B. English 

Adelphian, President (4); Freshman Com- 
mission; Class Vice-President (1, 2), 
Junior Class President; Der Deutsche 
Verein (3); Y Secretary (3); Judicial 
Board (4); Hockey (2); Basketball (2); 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES. 



HAZEL CARSON 

TAYLORSVILLE 
A.B. History 

Dikean; Education Club (3); Internation- 
al Relations Club (4); Transfer from 
Biltmore College (1, 2). 



RUTH REBECCA CASH 

GASTON I A 

BS. Secretarial Administration 

Transfer from Furman University (I, 2). 



PEARLECHAMNESS 

BLENHEIM, S. C 
A.B. French 
Cornelian; Botany Club (2); Education 
Club (3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (1, 2, 
3, 4); Hall Proctor (1); Hall Board (3, 
4); Y Council (1, 2); Y Cobinet (3, 4); 
House Vice-President (1); PINE NEEDLES 
Representative (I, 2). 




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NORMA J. CHEATHAM 

LENOIR 
A.B. Sociology 

Adelphian; International Relations Club 
(4); Riding Club (4), Treasurer (4). 



NANCY YANCEY CLICK 

ELKIN 
B.S. Home Economics 
Dikean; Education Club (4); Home Eco- 
nomics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Playlikers (4); 
Junior Adviser; Hall Proctor; Transfer 
from Greensboro College. 



MARY E. COCHRANE 

NEWTON 
A.B. Art 

Dikean; Hall Board (3); Judicial Board 
(4); Junior Class Vice-President; Educa- 
tion Club (3); Der Deutsche Verein (1)- 
College Choir (1, 2); College Band (3)' 
CAROLINIAN Art Editor (4)- CORADDi 
Art Staff (3); Art Club (2, 3, 4), Presi- 
dent (4); President of Student Govern- 
ment (Summer School, 2). 



HELEN ALTHEA COOK 

PLAINFIELD, N. J. 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Cornelian, Marshal (3); Le Cercle Fran- 
cois (2); Orchesis (2, 3); Hockey (I); 
Ploylikers (1); House Vice-President (2). 



JANE MARSHALL CLEGG 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. Primary Education 
Adelphian; Chemistry Club (2); Educa- 
tion Club (4); Le Cercle Francois (3); 
Swimming (2, 3); Tennis (2, 3); Clogging 
Club (2); Life Saving (2, 3); Orchesis 
(3, 4); Playlikers (3, 4); Masqueroders 
(3, 4); Honor Roll (2); Transfer from 
Guilford College (1); French Club (1) 
Tennis (1); Y Cabinet (II, 



MARY KATHRYN COBLE 

MONROE 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Dikean; Education Club (3, 4). 



RUTH ELIZABETH COLE 

HIGH ROCK 

A.B. Grammar Grade Education 

Adelphian; Education Club (4); Colleqe 
Band (2). 



KATHERINE COOPER 

RALEIGH 
B.S. Music 
Aletheian; Playlikers (1, 2); College Choir 
(2, 3, 4); Madrigal Club (4); Hall Proc- 
tor (3); Junior Adviser; Wesley Founda- 
tion Council (3). 



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M. MINERVA COPPAGE 

VANCEBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Dikean; Hall Proctor (2, 3, 4). 



GERALDINEHOLLONCOX 

WASHINGTON 

A.B. English 
Adelphiarr Chemistry Club (2); Clossicoi 
Club (4). 



JUDYCOZZENS 

EDENTON 
A.B. Sociology 
Cornelian; Tennis (2); Soccer (2, 3); 
Inter-racial Relations Study Group (3); 
Sociology Club (4); Young Democrats 
Club (4). 



PAULINE E. CRAFT 

PITTSBORO 

B.S. Home Economics 

Dikean; Education Club (3, 4); Home 

Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Collegiote 4 

H Club. 



ELIZABETH B. COWHERD 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. Sociology 
Adelphian; Inter-raciol Relations Study 
Group (3); Sociology Club (4); Playlikers 
(2, 3, 4); Y Council (3, 4); Town Stu- 
dent Judicial Board (3). 



E. MURIEL COYKENDALL 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. Primary Education 
Aletheian; Botany Club (2, 3, 4); Vice- 
President (3), President (4); Education 
Club (4) 1 International Relations Club 
(4)' College Choir (1); CAROLINIAN 
Staff (3, 4); Young Democrats' Club (4). 



ELISABETH H. CRAFT 

CHERRYVILLE 
B.S. Home Economics 
Dikean; Chemistry Club (4); Home Eco- 
nomics Club (3, 4); Education Club (4); 
Transfer from Brevard Junior College (1, 
2). 



BLOIS X.CRAWFORD 

BELLARTHUR 
A.B. Primary Education 
Adelphian; Botany Club (3, 4); Education 
Club (3, 4), Secretary (4); Playlikers 
(1)' College Choir (3); Hall Proctor (3, 
4); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Baptist Stu- 
dent Union (1, 2, 3, 4), Circle Leader 
(3). 




Forty-eight 




MARY JANE CRENSHAW 

ASHEVILLE 

A.B. History 

Dikean; Hall Board (3); Education Club 

(4); International Relations Club (4); 

Speakers' Club (3, 4); Debating (3). 



ELIZABETH A. CROSBY 

RALEIGH 

A.B. Primary Education 

Dikean; Education Club (3, 4); Tennis 



Team (3); Transfer 
College (1, 2). 



from Peace Junior 



ETHEL IRENE CRUMPLER 

ROSEBORO 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 

Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4); Or- 
chesis (3). 



HENRIETTA CURRIN 

OXFORD 
B.S. Home Economics 

Aletheian; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 
3, 4); PINE NEEDLES Staff (3); Edu- 
cation Club (3, 4); International Rela- 
tions Club (4). 



M.FRANCES CROCKETT 

MONTCLAIR, N. J. 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Aletheian; House President (3); Legis- 
lature (3, 4); Sophomore Council (2); 
Education Club (3, 4); Home Economics 
Club (1); Hockey (3, 4), Varsity (3, 4); 
Volley Ball (3, 4), Student Leader (4); A. 
A. Cabinet (4); PINE NEEDLES Business 
Manager (4); Speakers' Club (3); Square 
Dance Club (3); Daisy Chain (2)- Play- 
likers (1, 2); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3). 



MARY LOUISE CROWELL 

CHARLOTTE 
B.S. Physical Education 

Dikean, Marshal (4); House President 
(4); Chairman Daisy Chain (2); Class 
Jacket Committee (2); Education Club 
(4); Basketboll (1, 2, 3), Varsity (1)- 
Soccer (I, 2, 3), Varsity (1, 2); Volley 
Ball, Varsity (1, 2, 3); Orchesis (2); A. 
A. Cabinet (4), Social Chairman; Gym- 
nastics (2, 3, 4); Square Dance Club (4). 



DIANA S. CURLEY 

MONKTON, MD. 
A.B. History 
Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4); Bas- 
ketball (3); Square Dance Club (4); 
Hall Proctor (3); Hockey (3, 4). 



MARY JO CURRY 

LEXINGTON 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian; CAROLINIAN Business Staff; 
PINE NEEDLES Staff (4); Transfer from 
Peace Junior College, Appalachian State 
Teachers College. 



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JULIA LEE DAMERON 

STAR 
BS. Home Economics 
Dikean; Transfer from Elon College, Delta 
Upsilon Kappa Sorority; Home Economics 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.W.CA (2, 3, 4); 
Education Club (4); Honor Roll (1, 2). 



ELNAE DANIELS 

CHARLOTTE 
BS. Home Economics 
Adelphian; Choric Speaking; Church 
Club; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Playlikers (2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 
4 1 Home Economics Honor Society. 



VIRGINIA DEARMAN 

HARMONY 
A.B. Primary Education 
Cornelian; Education Club (3, 4). 



MARGARET L. DELBRIDGE 

LITTLETON 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 
Adelphian; YWCA (1, 2, 3, 4); Edu- 
cation Club (3, 4) 



NAOMI B. DANIEL 

ROXBORO 
A.B. Chemistry 

Dikean; Physics Club (2, 3, 4); Y.W.CA. 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Chemistry Club (3, 4); 
Botany Club (3, 4). 



E LOUISE DARDEN 

WILSON 
BS. Secretarial Administration 
Adelphian, Marshal (4), Dance Commit- 
tee Chairman (3); Junior-Senior Dance 
Committee (3); Senior Dance Committee. 



ANN WHEATLEY DEES 

GOLDSBORO 
A.B. English 
Dikean; Transfer from Peace Junior Col- 
lege; Education Club (3, 4). 



HELEN DENNIS 

MARSHALL 
BS. Home Economics 

Aletheian; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 
3, 4); Playlikers (I, 2, 3, 4); Chemistry 
Club (2, 3, 4); Education Club i4); 
CAROLINIAN Business Staff (2); Hall 
Proctor (1, 2, 3); Y.W.CA (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Sophomore Pageant (2); Chapel Monitor 
(4); Honor Roll (3); PINE NEEDLES Bus- 
iness Staff (2), Business Manager (3), 
Editor-in-Chief (4); Home Economics 
Honor Society. 




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ELEANOR DIBBLE 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Cornelian; Hall Board (2, 3); Dolphin 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Zoology Field Club, 
Secretary-Treasurer (2). 



RACHEL P. DRAUGHON 

DUNN 
A.B. English 

Aletheian, Corresponding Secretary (2), 
Marshal (3), President (4); Botany Club 
(2); Le Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3, 4); Der 
Deutsche Verein (3); Education Club (4). 



S. VIRGINIA DUNLAP 

WADESBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Dikean, Treasurer (3); Legislature (3); 
Judicial Board (4); Wesley Foundation 
Council (]); Honor Board (4); House 
President (3); Senior Class President' 
Honor Roll (3, 4); WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSI- 
TIES; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Le Cercle 
Francois (2); Education Club (4). 



JANE DUPUY 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. Chemistry 

Adelphian, Legislature (1); Chemistry 
Club (2); Speakers' Club (2), Debating 
(2, 3); Hockey (1, 2, 3, 4); Basketball 
(1, 2); String Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Play- 
likers (2, 3); CAROLINIAN Staff (1, 2), 
Editorial Committee (4); Presbyterian Stu- 
dent Council, President (3); Y. W. C. A. 
(1, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (3, 4), Vice-Presi- 
dent (4); Inter-Faith Council (3), Presi- 
dent (4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3, 4); Phi 
Beta Kappa (3). 



DORIS LEE DOZIER 

SOUTH MILLS 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Adelphian, Speakers' Club (2, 3); Square 
Dance Club (2, 3); College Choir (1); 
Education Club (3, 4). 



CAROLYN E. DUKES 

LUMBERTON 
B.S. Home Economics 
Cornelian; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 
3, 4); Y Council (1); Daisy Chain (2); 
Chemistry Club (2, 3); Le Cercle Fran- 
cois (2, 3); Physics Club (3); Education 
Club (3, 4); Home Economics Honor 
Society 



SELMA JAMES DUNN 

WINSTON-SALEM 
A.B. History 
Adelphian; International Relations Club 
(4); Education Club (4); Classical Club, 
Secretary-Treasurer (4); Honor Roll (I, 
2, 3, 4). 



ALLIE GEORGE EDWARDS 

PEACHLAND 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 
Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4); Y.W. 
C.A. (3, 4). 



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MATTIELOU EDWARDS 

WHITEHEAD 

B.S. Home Economics 

Adelphian; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 

3 4)' Chemistry Club (3, 4); Education 

Club (3, 4). 



VIRGINIA M. EGGLESTON 

MORRISTOWN, N. J. 
A.B. French 
Dikeon; Le Cercle Francois; Der Deutsche 
Verein- Athletic Association; Junior Or- 
chesis; Riding Club; CHANTECLAIR 
Staff. 



RACHEL LOUISE EMMETT 

NEW YORK, N. Y 
B.S. Physical Education 
Aletheian; Sophomore Cheerleader; Leg- 
islature (3); A, A. Cabinet (4); Dol- 
phin Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President 
(3); Archery Club (3), President (4); 
Orchesis (2, 3, 4); Camp Chairman (4); 
Playlikers (1, 2, 3, 4); College Choir 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Swimming Varsity (3). 



MARY REBECCA EPPS 

ASHEVILLE 

B.S. Music 
Dikean; Playlikers; Orchestra (1); String 
Choir (2, 3, 4), Librarian (2); College 
Band (2), President (3, 4); Cham- 
ber Music Group (3, 4); Clarinet Quartet 
(3); Madrigal Club (3, 4); CAROLINIAN 
Staff (I, 2). 



VIRGINIA L EDWARDS 

MARSHVILLE 
B.S. Home Economics 

Aletheian; Sophomore Council; Chemistry 
Club (2, 3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); 
Home Economics Club (1, 2), Vice- 
President (3), Membership Chairman 
(4)- PINE NEEDLES Advertising Man- 
ager (2), Class Editor (3); House Vice- 
President (2); Hall Proctor (3); Baptist 
Student Union (1, 2, 3, 4); Junior Ad- 
viser (3)' Daisy Chain (2); Y.W.C A. 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Hall Social Chairman (4); 
Home Economics Honor Society 



DOROTHY VAN ELKINS 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. Sociology 

Adelphian; Legislature (4); Sophomore 
Class Treasurer; Playlikers (2, 3); Dor- 
mitory Social Chairman (1); Vice-Presi- 
dent of Town Students (3), President of 
Town Students (4); Daisy Chain (2); Y 
Council (3), Y Cabinet (4); Race Re- 
lations Group (3, 4), Chairman of Steer- 
ing Committee (3, 4). 



MARION ENDFIELD 

SCRANTON, PA 
A.B. Psychology 
Cornelian, Sports Day Chairman (2, 3) 
Chemistry Club (2, 3); Orchesis (2) 
Playlikers (3), Stage Manager (4) 
Masqueraders (4); College Dramatic 
Committee (4). 



MAE ESTFAN 

MANCHESTER, N. H 
A.B. Sociology and Psychology 
Cornelian; Le Cercle Francois (2); Seal 
Club (1, 2, 3); Speedball; Alpha Kappa 
Delta (4); Secretary-Treasurer of Cove- 
nant Class; Inter-racial Relations Study 
Group, Assistant Secretary (2), Vice- 
President (3); Speakers' Club (1, 2); Y 
Council (1, 2); Inter-racial Relations 
Commission; Classical Club (4); Sociology 
Club, Vice-President (4). 




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BETTY MAYO EVERETT 

PALMYRA 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Adelphian; Education Club (4); Y.W.C.A. 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Y Council (3). 



CONSTANCE 0. FAGAN 

GARDEN CITY, L. I. 
A.B. History 

Cornelian; Education Club (4); Le Cercle 
Francois (4); International Relations 
Club (4); Transfer from St. Mary's 



FRANCES 0. FENTRESS 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. History 

Dikean; International Relations Club (4); 
Sociology Club (4); Inter-racial Relations 
Study Group (3); Y.W.C.A.; Honor Roll 
(4). 



RUBY PAULINE FIELDS 

CARTHAGE 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 

Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4); Square 
Circle (2); Playlikers (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. 
(2, 3, 4). 



JAN IE YATES EVERETT 

ROBERSONVILLE 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 
Dikean; Education Club (4). 



MURIEL L. FAIRBANKS 

FREEHOLD, N. J. 
B.S. Music 

Adelphian; Der Deutsche Verein (1, 2, 3, 
4); College Band (2); College Choir (1, 
2, 3, 4); Glee Club, Vice-President (3), 
President (4); Honor Roll (1, 3, 4) 



DOROTHY D. FICKER 

GREENWICH, CONN. 
A.B. Psychology 

Adelphian, Marshal (3); Legislature (2, 
3); House President (3); Freshman Class 
Treasurer; Athletic Association; Playlik- 
ers (1, 2, 3), Cabinet (4); Masquerad- 
ers (3, 4); College Choir (1, 2); Y Cabi- 
net (3, 4); Y Council (1, 2); Hockey 
Varsity (1, 2, 3, 4). 



MARION WHITE FISHER 

WILMINGTON 

A.B. Biology 
Adelphian; House President (4); Legis- 
lature (4); Medical Technologists (3), 
President (4); Chemistry Club (3, 4); 
Hockey Varsity (2); Camp Committee 
(4); Playlikers (1, 2, 3, 4); CAROLINIAN 
Staff (4); Y Council (I, 2, 3); Zoology 
Field Club (2, 3, 4); Junior Adviser. 



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MARTHA ELEANOR FLOYD 

FAIRMONT 
A.B. English 
Dikean, Dance Chairman (3), Marshal 
(4), Sports Day Chairman (3); Sophomore 
Council; Chemistry Club (2); Education 
Club (4), Publicity Chairman; Le Cercle 
Francois (2, 3); International Relations 
Club, Secretary (3), President (4); Hall 
Proctor (2, 4); Motion Picture Commit- 
tee (3, 4); Honor Roll (2, 3). 



ELIZABETH FREELAND 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Home Economics 
Cornelian; Botany Club (2, 3, 4), Vice- 
President; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 
3, 4); Archery Club (1, 3, 4); Athletic 
Association (I, 2, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A ; Gym- 
nastics (1). 



ALICE E. GALBREATH 

BLOOMSBURG, PA 
A.B. Spanish 
Adelphian; Education Club (4). 



EMMA LOU GARNER 

CREEDMOOR 
A.B. French 

Aletheian; Transfer from Campbell Col- 
lege (1, 2); Education Club (3, 4); Le 
Cercle Francois (3, 4). 



VIRGINIA FOY 

MT. AIRY 
B.S. Home Economics 
Aletheian; Chemistry Club (3, 4); Educa- 
tion Club (3, 4); Home Economics Club 
(2, 3, 4); Physics Club; Playlikers Cos- 
tume Committee; Transfer from Salem 
College (1); Honor Roll (2, 4); Home 
Economics Honor Society. 



FRANCES GERTRUDE FURR 

SALISBURY 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Dikean; Le Cercle Francois (1, 2); Col- 
lege Choir (1); Education Club (3, 4); 
Freshman-Junior Wedding (3). 



MARGARET H.GALLOWAY 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian, Inter-Society Representative; 
College Cheerleader (4); Secretary Town 
Student's Organization, Town Student's 
Judicial Board (4); Education Club (3, 
4); Le Cercle Francois (2); Tennis; Or- 
chesis (2); Playlikers (1, 2); CAROLIN- 
IAN Business Staff (2, 3); HANDBOOK 
Business Manager (3, 4); Honor Roll (4). 



M. MAX I NE GARNER 

LIBERTY 
A.B. English 

Dikean; International Relations Club (3); 
CAROLINIAN Staff (1, 2), Managing 
Editor (3), Editor-in-Chief (4); House 
President (Summer School, 2); Quill Club 
(3, 4); Speakers' Club (1, 2); Debating 
Team (2); Baptist Student Union Council 
(2, 3); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); WHO'S 
WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERI- 
CAN UNIVERSITIES. 




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SARAH ANNE GARRISON 

ASHEVILLE 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Cornelian; Education Club (4); Square 
Dance Club (4). 



VIRGINIA ROSE GEDDIE 

LUMBERTON 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Adelphian; Honor Roll (4). 



JULIA BRIGHT GODWIN 

DUNN 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Dikean, Marshal (3), President (4); 
Chairman of Junior-Senior Dance Com- 
mittee; Chairman of Sophomore-Senior 
Tea Dance; Education Club (3, 4); Le 
Cercle Francois (1, 2); Life Saving. 



LULU C. GRAVELY 

ROCKY MOUNT 

A.B. English 
Dikean; Orchesis (1); Riding Club (4); 
Rocky Mount Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



MIRIAM ASHE GAULT 

LAKE WACCAMAW 
B.S. Physical Education 
Adelphian, Corresponding Secretary (2), 
Marshal (4); House President (4); Ju- 
dicial Board (3); Points Committee (4); 
Chapel Monitor (2, 3, 4); Education 
Club (4); Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 
4); Dolphin Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary- 
Treasurer (3); Honor Roll (3); Hall Proc- 
tor (]); St. Mary's House Vestry (1, 2)' 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES. 



MARGUIRETTE E. GEORGE 

SHELBY 
A.B. History 

Adelphian; Hall Board (3); Education 
Club (3, 4); Square Dance Club (3, 4); 
International Relations Club (3, 4). 



VIOLA R. GRADECK 

NEW BRITAIN, CONN. 
B.S. Physical Education 
Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4); Hockey 
(1, 2, 3); Speed Ball (1, 2); Soccer (3); 
Basketball (I, 2, 3, 4); Athletic Asso- 
ciation (1, 2, 3, 4); Square Dance Club 
(2, 3, 4); Playlikers (1); College Choir 
(2, 3, 4); CORADDI Business Staff (1, 2, 
3, 4); Archery Club (1, 3 4) 



SARA ELIZABETH GRAY 

GUILFORD COLLEGE 
A.B. French 
Aletheian; Education Club (4), 



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RUTH GREENBURG 

LOUISBURG 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Dikean; Education Club (4); College 
Band (2); Speakers' Club (2, 3), Pro- 
gram Chairman (4); Transfer from Louis- 
burg College (1 ). 



JANE FRANCES GRIFFIN 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. Art 

Adelphian; Art Club (3, 4); CAROLIN- 
IAN Exchange Editor; CORADDI Art 
Editor (3); Playlikers. 



M. ALICE HAINES 

MT PLEASANT 

A.B. Biology 
Cornelian; Botany Club (3, 4); Chemistry 
Club (2, 3, 4); Education Club (4); 
Zoology Field Club (3, 4); Hall Proctor 
13). 



MARGARET HALL 

CANDLER 
A.B. Sociology 

Aletheian; Botany Club (4); Square 
Dance Club (4); Transfer from Biltmore 
College (1, 2). 



JANEGRIER 

STATESVILLE 
B.S. Home Economics 
Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4); Home 
Economics Club (2, 3, 4); College Choir 
(2, 3), Vice-President; Dormitory Social 
Chairman (3); Transfer from Mitchell 
College (1, 2). 



MARY FRANCIS GYLES 

RALEIGH 

A.B. Biology 

Adelphian; Bacteriology Club; Le Cercle 

Francois; Der Deutsche Verein; Hall 

Proctor. 



EVELYN C. HALL 

DURHAM 
A.B. French 

Dikean; Education Club (3, 4); Le Cercle 
Francois (1, 2, 3, 4); Basketball (1); 
Choir (I, 2, 3, 4); Hall Proctor (2, 3). 



RUTH HAMILTON 

LUMBERTON 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Cornelian; Education Club (3, 4); Hall 
Board (3). 




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MABEL HOOVER HARGETT 

HIGH POINT 
A.B. Primary Education 
Dikean; Education Club (3, 4); Transfer 
from High Point College (1). 



EMILY IRVING HARRIS 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. English 

Adelphian, Dance Chairman; Secretary of 
Student Government; President of Student 
Government; Chairman Honor Board; Class 
Cheerleader; Sophomore Class President; 
Daisy Chain; Chemistry Club; Le Cercle 
Francais; Hockey; Camp Committee; Bas- 
ketball; Tennis; Clogging Club, Playlikers; 
CAROLINIAN Business Staff; PINE 
NEEDLES Business Staff; Town Students' 
Board; Freshman Commission; Archery 
Club; A. A. Cabinet; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES, College Judicial Board; 
Honor Roll. 



REVA MAY HE I DINGER 

CRANBURY, N. J. 
B.S. Home Economics 
Adelphian; Education Club (4); Home 
Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Hockey (1); 
Varsity Volley Ball (1, 2); College Band 
(2, 3, 4); Speakers' Club (3); Interna- 
tional Relations Club (4); Hall Board (1); 
Home Economics Honor Society. 



ELINOR S. HENDERSON 

HICKORY 
B.S. Home Economics 

Dikean; Education Club (4); Le Cercle 
Francais (I); Home Economics Club, 
Publicity Chairman (1, 2, 3, 4); College 
Choir (I, 2); CAROLINIAN Staff (1, 
2, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (4); Inter- 
national Relations Club (4); Honor Roll 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Daisy Chain; Quill Club (1, 
2, 3, 4); Hall Judicial Board; American 
Student Union (4). 



SALLY GRAY HARGROVE 

TARBORO 
A.B. Primary Education 
Dikean; Education Club (3, 4); Speak- 
ers' Club (2, 3); St, Mary's Club (1, 2). 



BETTIE S. HARWARD 

SANFORD 
A.B. English 

Cornelian; Education Club (4); Playlikers 
(1, 2); CORADDI Literary Staff (3, 4); 
Honor Roll (2, 3); Quill Club (3), Presi- 
dent (4); Junior Adviser; St. Mary's Club 
(1, 2); Young Democrats Cub, Pres- 
ident (4). 



WILMA L. HELSABECK 

ETHER 
A.B. Primary Education 

Cornelian; Botany Club (3, 4); Educa- 
tion Club (4); Physics Club (2, 3, 4). 



HELEN HENDERSON 

MONROE 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian; Transfer from Wingate Junior 
College (1). 



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MARYW. HENDERSON 

JACKSONVILLE 
A.B. Bio 



Adelphian; Hall Board (3); Bacteriology 
Club (3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); 
Physics Club (2, 3, 4); Playlikers (1, 2); 
Junior Adviser. 



JEANNETTE C. HICKMAN 

HUDSON 
BS. Secretarial Administration 
Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4). 



GRACE MURIEL HILFORD 

NAPLES 
A.B. Sociology 
Dikean; Transfer from Agnes Scott Col- 
lege (1), Flora Macdonald College (2); 
Race Relations Club (3); Junior Y Coun- 
cil; Presbyterian Students Council (3); 
Alpha Kappa Delta (4); Honor Roll (3,4). 



ELLA THOMAS HOBBS 

SUNBURY 
A.B. Sociology 

Adelphian, Vice-President (4), Dance 
Chairman (3); Athletic Association (1, 2, 
3, 4); Volley Ball (1, 2, 3); Hockey (1, 
2); Archery (1, 2); Basketball (I, 2, 3); 
Tennis (1, 2, 3), Square Dance Club (I, 
2); Playlikers (1, 2, 3); Race Relations 
Club (3, 4). 



PATTIE R. HENDRICK 

NORLINA 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Dikean; Transfer from High Point College. 



JANEHIGHSMITH 

ATKINSON 

A.B. Grammar Grade Education 

Cornelian; Transfer from Peace Junior 

College (1, 2); Education Club (3, 4). 



MARGARET HANES HILL 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Cornelian, Marshal (4); Playlikers (2, 3, 
4); Junior-Senior Dance Committee (3). 



PAULA M. HOBGOOD 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Aletheian; Le Cercle Francois (1). 




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MARGARET J. HOLLAND 

CLAYTON 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Dikean; Playlikers (1, 2, 3, 4); Dormi- 
tory Social Chairman (1, 2); Hall Proc- 
tor (]); Freshman Dance Chairman; 
Junior-Freshmon Wedding (3). 



FRANCES HORNER 

BURLINGTON 

B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Adelphian, Marshal (3); Senior Class 

Treasurer; Education Club (4); Junior 

Dance Chairman; Honor Roll (4). 



JULIA BROWN HUDGINS 

HOBBSVILLE 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4); Trans- 
fer from Louisburg College (1, 2). 



VIRGINIA R HUNTER 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Cornelian; Transfer from Brevard Junior 
College. 



MARJORIE IRENE HORN 

MOCKSVILLE 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Dikean; Education Club (3, 4)- Hockey 
(2); College Choir (3, 4); Hall Proctor; 
Square Dance Club (2); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 
3, 4); Y.W.A. (3). 



GRACE MILDRED HOWELL 

ASHEVILLE 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Alerheian; Education Club (3, 4); Der 
Deutsche Verein (3); Hockey (3); Play- 
likers (3, 4); College Choir (3, 4); 
CORADDI Contributor (3), Editorial Staff 
(4); Dormitory Social Chairman (4); 
Junior Y Council; Honor Roll (4). 



FLORENCE C. HUNT 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Music 

Cornelian; Le Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Education Club (3, 4); College Choir (1, 
2, 3), Pianist (4), Vice-President (4); 
String Trio (3, 4); Y Council (1, 2, 3), 
Cabinet (4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3). 



KATHRYN HURDLE 

ELIZABETH CITY 
A.B. French 

Dikean; Le Cercle Francois (I, 2, 3, 4); 
Education Club (3, 4); Hall Proctor (3); 
YWCA. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



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HANNAH OLIVER HUSKE 

FAYETTEVILLE 

A.B. History 
Dikean, Marshal (4); Education Club 
(4); International Relations Club, Vice- 
President (4); Transfer from St. Mary's 
(1, 2); Young Democrats Club, Secre- 
tary (4). 



MARGARET IDOL 

PLEASANT GARDEN 

B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Cornelian; Le Cercle Francois (I); Square 

Circle (1, 2); Playlikers (2, 3, 4); Mas- 

queraders (3, 4); Honor Roll (1, 4). 



MARY M.JOHNSON 

CHARLOTTE 
B.S. Physical Education 
Dikean; A A Cabinet (3, 4); Camp 
Committee (2, 3, 4); Playlikers (2, 3, 4); 
College Choir (1, 2); Masqueraders (3, 
4); Wesley Foundation Council (3, 4). 



SARAH WILSON JONES 

HIGH POINT 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Adelphion; Education Club (3, 4), Inter- 
national Relations Club (2); YWCA 



DORIS E. HUTCHINSON 

CHARLOTTE 
B.S. Physical Education 

Aletheian, A. A. Cabinet (4); Club Head 
(4); Dolphin Club (2, 3, 4), President 
(4); Wesley Foundation Council (3, 4), 
Treasurer (3); Wesley Players (2, 3, 4). 



MILDRED C. JAMES 

LAURINBURG 

A.B. Grammar Grade Education 

Adelphian; Botany Club (2); Education 

Club (3, 4); Playlikers (I, 2); Y.W.C.A. 

(1. 2, 3, 4). 



MARGARET E. JONES 

JOHNS 
B.S. Home Economics 
Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4); Home 
Economics Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Physics Club 
(1); Square Dance Club (1, 2); Wesley 
Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4); Wesley Players 
(2, 3, 4); YWCA (2, 3, 4). 



IRMA GRAY JORDAN 

TIMBERLAND 

B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Dikean; Transfer from Mars Hill Junior 

College (1, 2); Baptist Student Union 

Council (4). 




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FRANCES M JOYNER 

FARMVILLE 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4); Play- 
likers (1 ); Junior Adviser. 



MARTHA D. KELLAR 

FLINT, MICH. 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian; Der Deutsche Verein (2, 3); 
Hall Proctor (3, 4); Dining Room Com- 
mittee (4). 



ELEANOR KERCHNER 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. English 

Cornelian, Treasurer (3), Marshal (4); 
House President (4); Legislature (4); 
Finance Board (3); Education Club (3, 
4); Le Cercle Francois (2, 3, 4); Ath- 
letic Association; Basketball (1); Hockey 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Tennis (1); CAROLINIAN 
Staff (1, 2); Y Council (1); Y Cabinet 
(2, 3); Daisy Chain (2); Sophomore 
Pageant; Sophomore Class Secretary; 
Junior Dance Committee. 



RUTH VANSTORY KING 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian; International Relations Club; 
Transfer from Hollins College (1, 2). 



PHYLLIS E. KEISTER 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. Chemistry 
Aletheian; Legislature (2, 3); Senior 
Class Secretary; Chairman Senior Un- 
musical; Chemistry Club (1, 2, 3, 4), 
President (4), Education Club (3,' 4); 
Der Deutsche Verein (1, 2, 3, 4); Physics 
Club (2); Playlikers (1, 2, 3), Secre- 
tory-Treasurer (4); College Band (3, 4); 
CAROLINIAN Editorial Board (2); Chair- 
man Y Cabinet (3); Y Cabinet (4); Mas- 
queraders (3, 4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 4). 



MERRILL RACHEL KELLY 

APEX 
B.S. Home Economics 
Dikean, Hall Proctor; Transfer from Mars 
Hill Junior College (1, 2). 



ETHEL YORK KIKER 

WADESBORO 
B.S. Home Economics 

Dikean; Chemistry Club (2, 3, 4); Edu- 
cation Club (4); Home Economics Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (3); Basketball (2, 
3); Wesley Players (1, 2, 3, 4); Wesley 
Foundation (I), Council Secretary (2), 
Study and Training Chairman (3), Sec- 
ond Vice-President (4); Y Council (1, 2); 
Honor Roll (1); Home Economics Honor 
Society, 



DOROTHY M. KOLMAN 

PITTSFIELD, MASS. 
A.B. Sociology 

Cornelian; CAROLINIAN Exchange Editor 
(4); Alpha Kappa Delta (3, 4); Inter- 
Faith Council (4); Transfer from Smith 
(1); Honor Roll (2, 3, 4). 



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LEANNA E. KOONCE 

WILMINGTON 
A.B. History 

Dikeon; Education Club (3, 4); Der 
Deutsche Verein (2); International Rela- 
tions Club (4). 



EDNA EFFIE LAWS 

ROUGEMONT 
A.B. Primary Education 
Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4); Square 
Circle (1); Wesley Foundation; Y Coun- 
cil (1. 2). 



LILLIAN ELECTA LEE 

CLAYTON 
A.B. History 

Cornelian; Education Club (3, 4); Inte 
national Relations Club (3, 4). 



VERA LENORE LEEGER 

BROOKLYN, N. Y. 
A.B. Psychology 

Dikean; International Relations Club (3, 
4); Soccer Team (1); Athletic Associa- 
tion 



JENNY P. LA SPINA 

NEWARK, N. J. 
A.B. History 

Dikeon; Botany Club (2); Education Club 
(4); International Relations Club (4); 
Volley Ball, Varsity (2); Gymnastics 
(2); Y.W.C.A. Social Service Committee 
(4); Alpha Kappa Delta; Inter-racial Re- 
lations Study Group (4). 



DORIS ELIZABETH LEACH 

LAGRANGE 
A.B. English 

Aletheian; Botany Club (2, 3); Educa- 
tion Club (3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (4); 
Wesley Foundation (1); CAROLINIAN 
Staff (2, 3), Make-Up Editor (4) 



RUTH ALBERTINE LEE 

HIGH POINT 
A.B. Primary Education 

Adelphian; Education Club (4); Transfer 
from High Point College (1, 2); Honor 
Roll (3). 



MARJORIE L LEONARD 

CUMBERLAND, MD 
B.S. Physical Education 
Dikean; Athletic Association, President 
(4), Cabinet (3, 4), Head of Sports Day 
(3), Vice-President (3); Editor of A. A 
Handbook (3); Wesley Foundation, Coun- 
cil (2, 3), President (4); Wesley Play- 
ers; North Carolina Methodist Student 
Movement, President (4) 




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EDNA LEVINE 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Adelphian, Education Club (4); Playlikers 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (4); CAROLINIAN 
Staff (4); Honor Roll (1, 2). 



FRANCES L. LEVY 

BROOKLINE, MASS. 
A.B. Sociology 

Adelphian, Le Cercle Francois (3, 4); 
Der Deutsche Verein (3, 4); Interna- 
tional Relations Club (4). 



CLAUDELINE LEWIS 

ENFIELD 
A.B. Sociology 

Dikean; Botany Club (2, 3, 4); A. A. 
Cabinet (3, 4); Secretary (3); Soccer 
(1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity (1, 2, 3); Baseball 
Varsity (2, 3); Inter-racial Relations 
Study Group, Vice-President (3); Sociol- 
ogy Club, President (4); Baptist Student 
Council (2, 3, 4); Alpha Kappa Delta 
(3, 4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3, 4). 



ARLENE E. LITTLEFIELD 

BOOTHBAY HARBOR, ME. 
A.B. English 
Dikean; Der Deutsche Verein (1, 2); 
Physics Club (2, 3); Athletic Associa- 
tion (1, 2, 3, 4); Zoology Club (2, 3); 
Quill Club (4); Tennis Tournament (1, 
2, 3, 4); Playlikers (1, 2), Publicity Man- 
oger (3, 4); Masqueraders (3, 4). 



WILMA P. LEVINE 

BROOKLYN, N. Y. 
A.B. French 

Aletheian; Chemistry Club (2); Le Cercle 
Francois (1, 2, 3), President (4); Clog- 
ging Club (1); Orchesis (1), Secretary- 
Treasurer (2, 3), President (4); CARO- 
LINIAN Editorial Staff (4); Hall Proc- 
tor; A. A. Cabinet (4); Dance Chairman; 
CHANTECLAIR, Business Manager (3). 
Associate Editor (4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 
3, 4). 



CAROLINA MARIE LEWIS 

SOUTHERN PINES 
A.B. History 
Cornelian; Le Cercle Francois (I, 2) 
Archery Club (3, 4); Soccer (2, 4), Var 
sity (2); CAROLINIAN Staff (1, 2, 3, 4) 
Square Circle (1); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3 
4). 



ATTIE BELLE LILES 

GASTON I A 
A.B. Primary Education 
Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4). 



VIRGINIA P. LIVINGSTON 

LAUREL HILL 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 

Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4); Square 
Donee Club (1); Hall Proctor (3). 



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F. ADELAIDE LOVE 

GREENSBORO 

A.B. History 
Dikeon; Education Club (3, 4), Le Cer- 
cle Francais (1, 2); Archery Club (2, 3), 
Secretory-Treasurer (4); Baseball (3); 
Y. W. C. A; Inter-faith Council; Junior 
Adviser; PINE NEEDLES Business Staff 
(4); International Relations Club (4); 
Honor Roll (1, 2, 3. 4). 



M JOSEPHINE LOWRANCE 

SALISBURY 

B.S. Music 
Adelphian; Education Club (4), College 
Choir (1, 2, 3), Librarian (4); Hall 
Proctor (2, 3); Der Deutsche Verein 
(1, 2, 3). 



MARGARET McALLISTER 

MT. PLEASANT 
B.S. Home Economics 
Dikean; Education Club (4); Home Eco- 
nomics Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Inter-Faith 
Council (4); Lutheran Student Organiza- 
tion, Secretary (2), President (4). 



ANNE WATSON McCABE 

ORIENTAL 
A.B. English 

Cornelian; Education Club (3, 4); College 
Choir (3, 4); Dormitory Social Committee 
(4); Council College Class, Church of the 
Covenant (3, 4). 



BOBBIE JEAN LOVE 

ASHEVILLE 
A.B. Sociology 

Cornelian, Junior Representative to Coun- 
cil; Hall Judicial Board (4); Transfer 
From Duke University (I); College Choir 
(I); Glee Club (1). 



CHRISTINE B. McADAMS 

ROUGEMONT 
A.B. French 

Cornelian; Education Club (3, 4), Le 
Cercle Francais (1, 2, 3, 4); Junior Ad- 
viser; Y. W, C A; Wesley Foundation 
(I, 2, 3, 4); Sophomore Council; Honor 
Roll (3, 4). 



CHRISTINE R McBRAYER 

FOREST CITY 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4); Play- 
likers (1, 2). 



ELEANOR McCLUNG 

LEXINGTON, VA 
B.S. Music 

Cornelian; Playlikers (2); Glee Club (3 
4); College Choir (2, 3, 4); College 
Band (3); Madrigal Club (2), Secretary 
(3), Vice-President (4); Transfer from 
Hollins College (1). 




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mary k. Mclaughlin 

CLEVELAND 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Dikean, Nominating Committee, Educa- 
tion Club (4), Social Chairman (4); 
Hall Proctor (I, 3); Vestry of St. Mary's 
Club (2, 3, 4). 



LENA ELOISE McLEAN 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Physical Education 

Adelphian; Education Club (4); Le Cer- 
cle Francois; Dolphin Club; Square Dance 
Club; Junior Orchesis; Soccer; Volleyball, 
Varsity (1, 2, 3, 4); Archery Club; Gym- 
nastics; Basketball; Clogging Club, Pres- 
ident (4); Tennis. 



NANCY R. McMANAWAY 

HENDERSONVILLE 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 

Dikean; Social Chairman of the College 
(4); Education Club, Program Chairman 
(4); Y Council (1, 2, 3); St. Mary's Club 
(4); Hall Judicial Board (4). 



MARY KING MALLONEE 

MURPHY 
A.B. History 

Aletheian, Vice-President (4), Tea Dance 
Chairman (3); House Vice-President (2), 
Y Council (3); Zoology Field Club (3, 4), 
Publicity Chairman (4); Education Club 
(3, 4); Dining Room Committee (4); In- 
ternational Relations Club (4), Program 
Chairman (4). 



DOROTHY McLAWHORN 

VANCEBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Aletheian; Education Club (4); Hall Proc- 
tor (2, 3); Y. W. C. A.; Transfer from 
Guilford College (1, 2). 



MARGIE McLEAN 

CAMERON 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian; Clogging Club (2, 3); Basket- 
ball (1, 2, 3, 4); Hall Proctor; Y Cabinet 
(1, 2, 3). 



doris McMillan 

LUMBERTON 
A.B. Primary Education 

Cornelian; Botany Club (2); Education 
Club (4); House Vice-President (2); 
Junior Council; Junior-Senior Dance Com- 
mittee. 



LILLIAN F. MANN 

FLUSHING, L I. 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Cornelian; Education Club (3, 4); Der 
Deutsche Verein (I, 2); Athletic Associa- 
tion; Y. W. C A (I, 2, 3). 



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M. CHRISTINE MARSHBURN 

RICHLANDS 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 

Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4). 



JUNEJ.MAUPIN 

HOLCOME ROCK, VA 
A.B. English 
Dikean; Chemistry Club (2); Education 
Club (3, 4); Le Cercle Francois (3, 4); 
Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4); Swim- 
ming; Soccer (1, 2); Hockey (1); Field 
Ball (2)' Speed Ball (2); Life-Saving; 
Seal Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Y. W C A, (1, 
2. 3, 4). 



GRACE W. MEWBORN 

SNOW HILL 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Aletheian, Marshal (4); House President 
(4); Sophomore Council; Senior Class 
Vice-President; Legislature (4); House 
Vice-President (2); Dormitory Social 
Committee (2); Chairman of Mock Jun- 
ior-Senior; Y Council (2); Y Cabinet (3); 
Chairman of Commencement Invitation 
Committee (4); Religious Activities Com- 
mittee (4). 



M. ELIZABETH MICHAEL 

PLEASANT GARDEN 
B.S. Home Economics 
Cornelian; Home Economics Ciub (1, 2, 
3, 4). 



ELSIE F. MARSTON 

REIDSVILLE 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 

Cornelian- Dormitory Representative (3, 
4); Education Club (3, 4), Vice-Presi- 
dent (4); College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Vestment Custodian (4); Hall Proctor 
(1); Y.W.C.A.; Y Council (1, 2, 3); Y 
Cabinet (4); Speaker's Club (3, 4); Le 
Cercle Francois (2); CAROLINIAN Staff 
(1). 



MYRTLE H. MERRITT 

MAGNOLIA 
A.B. Biology 

Dikean; Bacteriology Club (3, 4); Chem- 
istry Club (2, 3, 4); Physics Club (3, 4); 
Junior Adviser; Y.W.C A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



KATHRYN H. MEWBORN 

TARBORO 
B.S. Public School Music 

Aletheian- Der Deutsche Verein (1, 2); 
Orchesis (2); CAROLINIAN Staff (1,2); 
College Choir (I), Assistant Vestment 
Custodian (2), Vice-President (3); Mad- 
rigal Club (2, 3, 4), Publicity Chairman 
(2), Treasurer (3); Glee Club (3, 4), 
Vice-President (4); College Band (4), 
Y W. C. A; Y Council (2), Music 
Chairman (2), Publicity Chairman (3); 
Junior Adviser; Mock Junior-Senior Honor 
Roll (1, 2, 3). 



CHARLOTTE E. MICHLIN 

GREENWICH, CONN 
A.B. Psychology 

Dikean; Legislature (1); Athletic Associa- 
tion; Orchesis (1); Riding Club (4); 
Playlikers (1, 2), Secretary-Treasurer (3), 
Production Secretory (4); College Choir 
(1, 2, 3); CAROLINIAN Staff (I); House 
Vice-President (1); House President (4), 
Alpha Psi Omega (4); Masqueraders (4); 
Daisy Choin (2); Y Council (1), Presi- 
dent Sophomore Y Council; Blue Bnnk 
Committee (4); Peace Committee (3); 
Junior Adviser, Freshman-Junior Wedding. 




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JULIA VIRGINIA MILES 

RALEIGH 
A.B. Biology 

Adelphion; Chemistry Club (2, 4); Ath- 
letic Association (1, 2, 3, 4), Camp Com- 
mittee (4); Seal Club (3, 4); Clogging 
Club (2, 3, 4); Square Dance Club (2, 
3, 4); Archery Club (2, 3, 4); Zoology 
Field Club (3), Program Chairman (4); 
Honor Roll (1). 



ELEANOR MILLER 

STONEVILLE 
A.B. Primary Education 
Adelphian; Education Club; Transfer from 
Montreat Junior College. 



ROSALIE MITCHELL 

VINELAND, N. J. 

A.B. Biology 

Cornelion, Bacteriology Club (3, 4); Der 

Deutsche Verein (1, 2, 3, 4) Cloqqinq 

Club (3). 



AIMEE NOTT MOORE 

WELDON 
B.S. Home Economics 
Aletheion; Chemistry Club (3, 4); Edu- 
cation Club (4); St. Mary's Club, Vestry 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Danforth Fellowship (3); 
Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Fi- 
nance Chairman; Honor Roll (3). 



JANET BRUCE MILLER 

ANNAPOLIS, MD. 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Cornelian; Hockey, Varsity (3, 4); Dol- 
phin Club (4); Transfer from Goucher 
College. 



MARY JANE MIMS 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Adelphian, Education Club (4). 



BARBARA MARION MOON 

ASBURY PARK, N. J. 
A.B. English 
Adelphian, Le Cercle Francois (2, 3, 4); 
CAROLINIAN Business Staff (3, 4); PINE 
NEEDLES Business Staff (2, 3, 4); Y W. 
C. A.; Y Council (3); Zoology Field 
Club (2, 3, 4). 



BARBARA HALL MOORE 

OLD GREENWICH, CONN. 
A.B. French 
Cornelian, Dance Chairman (3); Le Cer- 
cle Francois (3, 4); Playlikers (2, 3, 4); 
College Choir (1, 2); Dormitory Social 
Chairman (3); Art Club (2, 3); Daisy 
Chain (2); Sophomore Jacket Chairman; 
Y Council (1, 2); Playlikers Cabinet (4); 
Masqueraders (4). 



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INEZ REBECCA MOORE 

LENOIR 

B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Dikeon- Education Club (3, 4); Ploylikers 

(!)• y! W. C. A.; Baptist Student Union. 



MARJORIEMOSELEY 

LA CROSSE, VA 

A.B. English 

Cornelian; Education Club (3, 4); Le Cer- 

cle Francois (4); Y. W. C A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



BETSY MOORE MYERS 

WILMINGTON 
BS. Secretarial Administration 
Cornelian, Marshal (4), Dance Committee 
(3 4)' Junior Dance Committee; Educa- 
tion Club (4). 



EVELYN MAE NEWMAN 

ROXBORO 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 
Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4); Trans- 
fer from Mars Hill Junior College (1, 2). 



CLAUDIA W. MOSELEY 

KINSTON 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Aletheion; Education Club (3, 4); Swim- 
ming (1); House Vice-President (2); Y 
W. C A (1, 2, 3, 4); Square Circle (2) 



ALICE B. MURDOCH 

SALISBURY 
A.B. Sociology 
Aletheian, Marshal (3); Chief Marshal 
(4)- Sophomore Dance Chairman; Le Cer- 
cle 'Francois (1); Hall Proctor (2); Dor- 
mitory Social Chairman (3). 



SATENIK NAHIKIAN 

ASHEVILLE 
A.B. Sociology 
Cornelian; Education Club (3, 4); Square 
Dance Club (3, 4); Transfer from Bre- 
vard Junior College 



MARY ELLA NEWSOME 

WAKE FOREST 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian, Recording Secretary (3); Edu- 
cation Club (3, 4); CAROLINIAN Busi- 
ness Staff (3); PINE NEEDLES Staff 
(4); Junior Adviser; Honor Roll (2, 3). 




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KATE KNOX N I BLOCK 

CONCORD 
B.S. Home Economics 
Cornelian; Hall Judicial Board (3); Chem- 
istry Club (3, 4); Education Club (3, 4); 
Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Hail 
Proctor (Summer School 3); Y. W C. A , 
Junior Adviser, 



FRANK I EL NORTHCOTT 

RALEIGH 
A.B. English 

Adelphian, Senior Representative to Coun- 
cil; Quill Club (4); Transfer from Peace 
Junior College (1, 2); Botany Club (4). 



DORIS LEE NOWELL 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Cornelian; Playhkers (3, 4); Art Club 
(3, 4). 



ALMA O'NEAL ORMOND 

DOVER 
A.B. English 

Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4); Le 
Cercle Francois (2); PINE NEEDLES Lit- 
erary Editor (4); Wesley Foundation 
Council (2, 4), Poster Chairman (2); Sig- 
ma Chapter of Wesley Players (2), Sec- 
retary (3), President (4); Speakers' Club 
(2), Social Chairman (3), President (4). 



FORREST HALE NIMOCKS 

FAYETTEVILLE 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 

Dikean; Education Club (3, 4); Art Club 
(1), 



LOUISE B. NORTHCOTT 

ASHEVILLE 

A.B. English 

Aletheian; Hall Judicial Board (3); Der 

Deutsche Verein (4); Transfer from St. 

Genevieve -of -the-Pines. 



VIRGINIA GRAY NOWELL 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Dikean; Le Cercle Francois (1). 



ELEANOR ORTLEB 

WESTFIELD, N. J. 
B.S. Home Economics 

Cornelian; Home Economics Club (3, 4); 
Athletic Association; Basketball (2, 3); 
Tennis (2); Riding Club (4); Transfer 
from St. Elizabeth College (1). 



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LILLIAN J. OSBORNE 

ASHEVILLE 

B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4); Square 

Dance Club (3, 4); Transfer from Bilt- 

more College (1, 2). 



DELORES V. PALMER 

BROOKLYN, N. Y. 
A.B. English 

Dikean; Education Club (4). 



MINNIE LOU PARKER 

AHOSKIE 
A.B. Sociology 

Aletheian, Dance Committee (3); Hal 
Judicial Board (4); Sophomore Pageant; 
Dance Committee (3, 4); Aletheian-Cor- 
nelian Dance Committee (4); PINE 
NEEDLES Staff (2, 3), Organization Edi- 
tor (4); House Vice-President (]); Y. 
W. C. A (1, 2, 3, 4); Inter-racial Re- 
lations Study Group (3); Sociology Club, 
Secretary (4); Young Democrats' Club' 
(4). 



BERTIE S. PATTERSON 

ALBEMARLE 
A.B. Primary Education 

Adelphian; Education Club (3), Treasur- 
er (4); Athletic Association (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Playlikers (1, 2, 3, 4); House Vice- 
President (1); Hall Judicial Board (3). 



ANNA CATHARINE OWEN 

SHARON, CONN. 
A.B. English 
Dikean; Playlikers (1, 2); College Choir 
(1, 2, 3, 4); CAROLINIAN Staff (3, 4); 
Choric Speech Group (3); Speakers' Club 
Reporter (4); Sophomore Pageant; Y. W 
C A.; Y Cabinet (2, 3); Junior Adviser, 
Botany Club (2). 



MAMIE GLADIS PARKER 

YADKINVILLE 
A.B. History 

Aletheian; Transfer from Brevard Junior 
College (1, 2); Botany Club (4); Educa- 
tion Club (3, 4); Der Deutsche Verein 
(4); International Relations Club (4). 



MAMIE EVELYN PATRICK 

DURHAM 

A.B. English and History 

Dikean; Square Circle (2); Education 

Club (4); Hall Proctnr (3, 4); Honor Roll 

(1, 2, 3). 



MARION ISABEL PELTON 

SOUTHERN PINES 
A.B. English and History 
Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4); Le 
Cercle Francois (2, 3); International Re- 
lations Club (4); House Vice-President 
(2); Speakers' Club (3), Social Chair- 
man (4). 




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MARIE VICTORIA PEREZ 

CIUDAD TRUJILLO, 

SANTO DOMINGO, R. D. 

B.S. Music 

Aletheian; Education Club (4); Der 

Deutsche Verein (1, 2); College Choir 

(1, 2, 3), Pianist (4). 



C. ELIZABETH PHILLIPS 

SPRUCE PINE 

A.B. English 
Adelphian; Class Prophet; CAROLINIAN 
Staff (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Club (4) 
Wesley Foundation Council 
Cabinet (4); Quill Club (4)- 
Board (4). 



(2, 3); Y 
Hall Judicial 



ELLEN JEANNETTE PIATT 

WINSTON-SALEM 
A.B. Biology 

Cornelian; Bacteriology Club, Secretary- 
Treasurer (3, 4); Chemistry Club (1, 2), 
Vice-President (3), Chairman of Program 
Committee (4); Le Cercle Francois (1); 
Der Deutsche Verein (2, 3); Physics Club 
(3, 4); College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); CARO- 
LINIAN Staff (1); YWCA; Honor Roll 
(1). 



HELEN A. PLAYER 

MORGANTON 
B.S. Home Economics 
Adelphian; Chemistry Club (3); Educa- 
tion Club (3, 4); Home Economics Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); PINE NEEDLES Staff (4); 
Dormitory Social Chairman (1); Y W C 
A (1, 2, 3, 4); Y Cobinet (1); Chairman 
of Freshman Council; Physics Club (2 3 
4), Vice-President (2, 3); Chairman of 
Freshman - Junior Wedding; Sophomore 
Pageant; Sophomore Dance Committee; 
Adelphian Dance Committee (4)' Honor 
Roll (1, 2, 3, 4). 



BEVERLY L PHILLIPS 

WEST ENGLEWOOD, N. J. 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Dikean; Orchesis (2); Swimming (2); 
Education Club (3, 4); Playhkers, Assist- 
ant Business Manager. 



MARGARET L. PHILLIPS 

DALTON 
B.S. Home Economics 
Aletheian; Chemistry Club (3); Edu- 
cation Club (3, 4); Home Economics Club 
(2, 3, 4); Physics Club (2, 3); College 
Choir (1, 2); Y Cabinet (3); Collegiate 
4-H Club, Secretary (3). 



MILDRED CAROLYN PIGG 

CHARLOTTE 

B.S. Home Economics 

Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4); Home 

Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Transfer from 

Mars Hill Junior College (1 ). 



A. IRENE POSPISIL 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Cornelian; Education Club (3, 4)- Play- 
likers (4); Catholic Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Choric Speaking Club (3); Y. W. C. A. 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Junior Adviser 



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ALICE POWELL 

"THE DUNE", BERWYN, MD 
A.B. French 
Cornelian; Education Club (4); Le Cer- 
cle Francois (2, 3, 4); Square Circle (2 
3, 4); Riding Club (4); Speakers' Club 
(2 3 4); Transfer from University of 
Maryland (I). 



MARGARET B. POYNOR 

FLORENCE, S C 
B.S. Physical Education 
Dikean; Education Club (4); Square 
Dance Club (1, 2); Clogging Club (2, 3, 
4); Orchesis (1, 2, 3, 4); Hockey (3, 4), 
Varsity (3); Speedboll Varsity (3); Hon- 
orary Gym Team Varsity (1, 2, 3); Gym- 
nastics Sport Head (3, 4); A. A. Cabinet 
(3, 4). 



MARY E. PURVIS 

SALISBURY 
A.B. English 
Cornelian, Vice-President (4); Judicial 
Board (4); Education Club (3, 4); Le 
Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3); Glee Club 
(1, 3); PINE NEEDLES Literary Editor 
(4); Hall Proctor (2, 3); Y. W . C. A , 
Chairman of Inter-Collegian Activities 
(3), Chairman of Worship Department 
(4); President o f Presbyterian Students 
on Campus (4); Speakers' Club, Secretary 
(2), Program Chairman (3), Vice-Presi- 
dent (4); Inter-Faith Council (4); Honor 
Roll (1, 3, 4); Honor Board (4). 



ESTHER ANNE QUINN 

SHELBY 
A.B. Mathematics 
Cornelian; Education Club (4); Le Cer- 
cle Francois (2); Square Circle (2, 3), 
President (4); CAROLINIAN Staff (2); 
Hall Judicial Board (4); Transfer from 
Flora Macdonald College (1); Honor Roll 
(2, 3). 



VIRGINIA MAE POWELL 

BREVARD 

B.S. Home Economics 

Adelphian; Education Club (4); Home 

Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Square Dance 

Club. 



WILLIES PRITCHARD 

SEABOARD 
A.B. English 
Adelphian; Education Club (4), Speakers' 
Club; Wesley Foundation 



MARJORIE ELLIS PYE 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. Psychology 

Adelphian, Marshal (4); Dance Com- 
mittee (2); Playlikers (2); CAROLINIAN 
Business Staff (2); CORADDI Business 
Staff (2). 



VERA BLANCHE RACKLEY 

LENOIR 
B.S. Home Economics 
Dikean; Education Club (4); Home Eco- 
nomics Club (3, 4); Transfer from Ap- 
palachian State Teachers College (1, 2), 
Wesley Foundation (3, 4). 




Seventy-Two 




GERTRUDE A. RAINEY 

MARTINSVILLE, N J. 
A.B. Psychology 
Aletheion; President of Freshman Class, 
Treasurer of Student Government (2); 
House President (3); Vice-President of 
Student Government (4); Legislature (2, 
3, 4); Hockey (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Basketball (1, 2, 3), 
Sports Leader (3); CORADDI Business 
Staff (1 ); Points Committee; Y W. C A; 
CAROLINIAN Editorial Staff (2); Honor 
Roll (1, 2, 3); WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- 
SITIES. 



ETHEL RAYMER 

STATESVILLE 
A.B. Sociology 

Aletheian; International Relations Club 
(3, 4); Transfer from Mitchell College 
(I, 2). 



GLORIA REAGAN 

WEAVERVILLE 
A.B. English 

Cornelian; Education Club (3, 4); Col- 
lege Choir (3, 4); CAROLINIAN Staff (3, 
4); Y. W. C. A. (3, 4); Transfer from 
Mars Hill Junior College 



EDNA KATHRYN RETTEW 

LEXINGTON 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Dikean, Dance Committee (3); Classical 
Club (4); Honor Roll (2). 



MARGARET RAPER 

LEXINGTON 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Dikean; Hall Proctor (3); Transfer from 
Brevard Junior College (1, 2). 



ETHEL ELAINE REAGAN 

WEAVERVILLE 
B.S. Music Education 
Adelphion; College Choir (2, 3); Glee 
Club (3, 4); College Band (3, 4); Mad- 
rigal Club (2, 3), President (4); Trans- 
fer from Converse College (1) 



ETHEL LOUISE REAVIS 

WINSTON-SALEM 
A.B. Primary Education 
Dikean, Education Club (4); Physics Club 
(2, 3). 



ELIZABETH L ROBERTS 

CONCORD 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Adelphian; Transfer from Mars Hill 
Junior College. 



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JULIA ENGLISH ROBERTS 

MARSHALL 
A.B. History 
Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4); Inter- 
national Relations Club '4); Sociology 
Club (4), Transfer from Mars Hill Jun- 
ior College (1, 2). 



EUDORAL ROBINSON 

MAIDEN 
B.S. Home Economics 
Aletheian; Education Club (4); Home 
Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



RUTH M. ROGERS 

CLYDE 
B.S. Physical Education 

Adelphian; Botany Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Education Club (3, 4); A. A. Cabinet 
(3 4); President of Square Dance Club 
(2, 3, 4); Soccer Varsity (2, 3); Basket- 
ball Varsity (2, 3); Baseboll Varsity (2, 
3); Volleyball Varsity (2); A, A Camp 
Committee (4); Speedball (1); Swimming 
(1, 4). 



MARY HELEN ROSS 

LAKE JUNAIUSKA 

B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Corne'ian; Education Club (4); Ploy- 

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JO ELAINE ROBERTSON 

WENDELL 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian; Playlikers (2, 3, 4); Educa- 
tion Club (3, 4); College Choir (1, 2); 
Archery Club (2, 3, 4); Dance Committee 
for Mock-Junior-Senior. 



GLADYS ROGERS 

PEARL RIVER, N. Y, 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 

Adelphian; Education Club (4); Y, W. 
C A. 



VIRGINIA E. ROSE 

WILSON 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Cornelian; Education Club (3, 4); Trans- 
fer from Atlantic Christian College. 



DOROTHY ROSSELAND 

SHORT HILLS, N. J. 
A.B. French 
Dikean, Vice-President (4); Dance Com- 
mittee (3); Legislature (I); Treasurer 
of Sophomore Class; Le Cercle Francois 
(2, 3, 4); International Relations Club 
(3); Orchesis (I, 2, 3, 4); Seal Club 
(2, 3, 4); Hockey Vorsity (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Basketball (1, 2, 3); Baseball (I); Ten- 
nis (2); Speedball (3); A. A. Camp Com- 
mittee; Life-Saving (2, 3); Playlikers (I, 
2, 3); Hall Proctor (2); House President 
(4); Y.W.CA; Y Council (1, 2, 3); Y 
Cabinet (4); Orchestra (I); String Cho'r 
(2, 3, 4); College Band (3, 4); Junior 
Adviser; Honor RoH I ! , 3); WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES. 




Seventy-Four 




GRACE VALESTA ROSSER 

JONESBORO/ 

B.S. Home Economics 

Adelphian; Education Club (4); Home 

Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); College 

Choir (1, 2, 3); Honor Roll (I). 



MARGARET NANCY RYAN 

ASHEVILLE 
A.B. Sociology 

Aletheian; Varsity Swimming (3) Seal 
Club (3, 4), Sociology Club (4). 



ELSIE RUTH SANFORD 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. English 

Alerheian, Der Deutsche Verein (3 4)- 
Wesley Players (4); Y. W C A ('l 2 
3, 4). ' ' 



KATHRYN R. SCHNECK 

ALLENTOWN, PA 
B.S. Physical Education 

Dikean; Education Club (3, 4) ■ Der 
Deutsche Verein (1, 2); Physics Club (1)- 
Dolphin Club (2, 3, 4); Square Dance 
Club (2), Secretary-Treasurer (3, 4)- 
A. A. Cabinet (3, 4); Student Head 
of Swimming (3, 4), Swimming Varsity 
(1, 2, 3); Soccer Varsity (3); Archery 
Club 



MARY WILLIE ROTHA 

WAYNESVILLE 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Alerheian; Education Club (4). 



ANNE SAGE 

SHORT HILLS, N. J. 

B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Alerheian; Seal Club; Transfer from 
Southern Seminary (I). 



ERMA EVELYN SCHAUER 

BAYONNE, N J. 
A.B. German 
Cornelian, Der Deutsche Verein (1, 2, 3), 
Chairman of Program Committee (4)' 
President (4); Education Club (4); Ath- 
letic Association; Soccer Varsity (1); Vol- 
leyball Varsity (1); Y. W. C. A.; Square 
Dance Club (1, 2, 3); International Re- 
lations Club (4). 



M ELIZABETH SCOTT 

MEBANE 
B.S. Home Economics 
Cornelian, Secretary of Student Govern- 
ment (Summer School 3); Home Econom- 
ics Club (3, 4); Hall Proctor (3); Trans- 
fer from Flora Macdonald College (1, 2), 
Epsilon Chi Society (1, 2); Home Econom- 
ics Club (1, 2). 



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RUTH MIRIAM SEVERSON 

BUFFALO, N Y. 

B.S. Home Economics 

'\ in; Home Economics Club (2, 3, 

4)- Ploylikers (2, 3, 4), Costume Mis- 



LOUISE W. SHARP 

REIDSVILLE 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 
Adelphian, Education Club (4); Home 
Economics Club (1, 2, 3); Hockey (1); 
Tennis (1); Swimming (1, 2); Square 
Dance Club (4); College Choir (1, 2, 3); 
Honor Roll (3). 



GRACE E. SHARPE 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Cornelian, Inter - Society Representative 
(3), President (4); Orchesis (2); Ploylik- 
ers (1. 2, 3, 4); College Choir (3); YW 
CA [1, 2, 3 4), Y Council (1, 2); Wes- 
ley Players (1, 2, 3), Vice-President (3), 
Treasurer (2); Freshman Ploys, Junior 
Adviser 



HASSIE MAE SHERRILL 

STATESVILLE 
A.B. Grammar Grade Edncil/on 
Dikean; Education Club (4). 



EVELYN SHARP 

HIGH POINT 
B.S. Music 

Dikean- Education Club (3, 4); Orchestra 
(1) String Choir (2, 3, 4); College Band 
(2 3 41 Vice-President (3), String 
Trio (3) 



BEVERLY ANN SHARPE 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian, Marshal (4). 



M. EVELYN SHEPHERD 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Home Economics 

Aletheian, Home Economics Club (1, 2, 
;-;, 41, Social Chairman (3); Athletic 
Association (1, 2, 3, 4); Archery Club 
(3 4)- Playlikers (3, 4), Education Club 
141; PINE NEEDLES Business Staff (3); 
Inter-Faith Council (3), Secretary (4); 
Lutheran Student Group (1, 2, 3, 4), So- 
cial Chairman (2), President (3); YW 
LA (1, 2); Junior Adviser, President of 
the State Home Economics Club (4) 



INEZ E SHUFORD 

HICKORY 
B.S. Public School Music 
Dikean- Madrigal Club (2, 3, 4); College 
Choir (2, 3); Glee Club (3, 4); Baptist 
Student Union Council (2, 3), President 
(4); Inter-Faith Council (4); YWCA 
(1, 2). 




Seventy-Six 




LAURA H. SILBIGER 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Home Economics 
Adelphian; PINE NEEDLES Senior Class 
Editor (4); Education Club (4); Home 
Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Interna- 
tional Relations Club (4); Labor Indus- 
trial Group (4); American Student Union 
(4). 



LEAH E. SKELTON 

MONTCLAIR, N. J. 
B.S. Physical Education 

Cornelian; Hockey (1); Swimming (2, 3); 
Tennis (2); Square Dance Club (4); Y. 
W.C.A.; Education Club (4). 



JULIA B. SMALLWOOD 

NEW BERN 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Adelphian. 



LEAH C. SMIRNOW 

NEW HAVEN, CONN. 
A.B. English 

Aletheian; Legislature (4); International 
Relations Club (2, 3); Athletic Associa- 
tion (I, 2, 3, 4); Dolphin (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Orchesis (2, 3), President (2, 3); Play- 
likers (1), Stage Manager (2, 3), Presi- 
dent (4); CAROLINIAN Editorial Board 
(2, 3); Alpha Psi Omega (3, 4); Sopho- 
more Pageant Chairman; Dramatic Com- 
mittee (3, 4); House President (3); Mas- 
queraders (2, 3, 4); Finance Board (4); 
May Day Chairman (4); WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES. 



MYRTLE SIMPSON 

MONROE 
B.S. Home Economics 

Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4); Home 
Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Athletic 
Association (1); Basketball (1); Y.W 
C A,; Baptist Student Union. 



EVELYN LOURENA SLOAN 

HORRELL HILL, S C. 
A.B. Art 
Dikean; Transfer from Furman Univer- 
sity (1, 2, 3); Swimming (1, 2, 3); Danc- 
ing Club (1, 2, 3); Furman University 
Glee Club (I, 2, 3); Hall Proctor (2, 3); 
Honor Roll (1, 2, 3). 



ADELE ESTHER SMIRNOW 

NEW HAVEN, CONN 
A.B. Biology 
Adelphian; Judicial Board (3); Chemistry 
Club (2, 3, 4); Der Deutsche Verein (1, 
2); Dolphin; Playlikers (2), Light Tech- 
nician (3, 4); Masqueraders (3, 4); In- 
ternational Relations Club (3). 



CATHERINE C. SMITH 

ATLANTA, GA. 

A.B. English 
Cornelian; Der Deutsche Verein (2, 3); 
College Band (3, 4); Y.W.C.A.; Social 
Service Work. 



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ELIZABETH W SMITH 

NEW BERN 
A.B. Primary Education 
Adelphian; Transfer from Peace Junior 
College (1, 2), Peace Student Christian 
Association Cabinet, Sigma Phi Kappa 
Society; Glee Club (2, 3); Education Club 
(3, 4). 



V. PAULINE SMITH 

ROCKY MOUNT 
A.B. English 
Aletheion; Education Club (4); Home 
Economics Club (1); Archery Club (2); 
Playlikers (1); College Choir (1); Y.W. 
CA II, 2, 3, 4); Y Cabinet (3); Y 
Council (2). 



HILDA ROSE SNYDER 

WINSTON -SALEM 
BS. Secretarial Administration 

Dikean; Class Representative to Council 
(4); Hall Proctor (3); Education Club (3, 
4); Playlikers (1, 2, 3); Speakers' Club 
(2, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (I, 2, 3), Adviser 
for Freshman Y Club (4). 



MILDRED LEA SPOON 

BURLINGTON 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Aletheian; Transfer from Mars Hill Junior 
College (1, 2). 



MYRA SUGGS SMITH 

WILMINGTON 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Adelphian; Education Club (4), 



SARAH E. SMITH 

ASHEVILLE 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4); Square 
Dance Club; Honor Roll (3); Transfer 
from Brevard Junior College (1, 2). 



DORIS ANITA SPAINHOUR 

TOBACCOVILLE 
A.B. French 
Aletheian; Education Club (4); Le Cercle 
Francois (2, 3, 4); Square Dance Club 
(2); CAROLINIAN Staff (3); Hall Proctor 
(4); Baptist Student Union Council (3, 
4). 



ETHEL MAE STANLEY 

FOUR OAKS 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Adelphian; Education Club (4); Le Cercle 
Francois (1); Baptist Student Union (1, 
2, 3, 4). 




Seventy-Eight 




MARY EMILY STANTON 

WILMINGTON 
A.B. History 

Aletheion; Sophomore Council; Educotion 
Club (3, 4); International Relations 
Club (4); Physics Club (2); Square Circle 
(1, 2); Playlikers (I, 2, 3), Mistress of 
Wardrobe (4); YW.CA. (1, 2, 3, 4); Y 
Council (3); CAROLINIAN Staff (2), 
Business Manager (3, 4). 



MARIE STEPHENS 

LUMBERTON 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 

Adelphian; Botany Club (3, 4); Education 
Club (4); Y.WCA. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



GLADYS ELLEN STRAWN 

MARSHVILLE 
B.S. Home Economics 
Cornelian; Education Club (3, 4); Home 
Economics Club (1, 2, 3), President (4); 
Physics Club (4); Baptist Student Union 
Council (4); YW.CA. (I, 2, 3, 4). 



MARY ELIZABETH SUITT 

HILLSBORO 
A.B. English 

Cornelian; Botany Club (2, 3, 4); Educa- 
tion Club (3, 4); Der Deutsche Verein 
(3); Y.WCA. (1, 2, 3, 4); Speakers' 
Club (4). 



FLORA E. STEELE 

WAGRAM 
A.B. French 
Dikean; Education Club (4), Le Cercle 
Francois (4); Y.WCA. 



M. CARROLL STOKER 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. English 

Aletheion, Marshal (4); Legislature (3); 
Chairman Religious Activities Commit- 
tee; Education Club (3, 4); Le Cercle 
Francois (1, 2); Chapel Monitor (3, 4); 
Sociology Club '4); Zoology Field Club 
(2, 4), President (3); Athletic Associa- 
tion (1); Playlikers (1, 2, 3), Cabinet 
(4); Masqueraders (3), So~ial Chairman 
(4); College Choir (1, 2, 3), Custodian 
of Vestments (4); CAROLINIAN Staff (I 
2, 3); HAND BOOK Editor (4); YWCA 
(I, 2, 3, 4); Y Council (2); Y Cabinet (3, 
4). Chairman Re'igious Education (3), 
Publicity (4); Sophomore Pageant; Junior 
Adviser; Honor Roll (3). 



NELLE L. STURKEY 

ALBEMARLE 
B.S. Physical Education 

Adelphian, Corresponding Secretary (4); 
Education Club (3, 4); A. A Cabinet, 
Publicity Director (2, 3, 4); Square Dance 
Club (4); Orchesis (2, 3, 4); Dolphin (2, 
3, 4); Clogging Club (3, 4); Playlikers 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Wesley Foundation, Reporter 
(1), Treasurer (2); Editor of THE EYE 
(3); Wesley Players (1,2); CAROLINIAN 
Staff (1), Sports Editor (2, 3, 4); PINE 
NEEDLES Assistant Sports Editor (4). 



OLENA SWAIN 

WILMINGTON 

A.B. English 
Adelphian, Education Club (4); College 
Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Hall Proctor; Inter- 
national Relations Club. 



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EVELYN E. SWARINGEN 

CONCORD 
A.B. English 

Cornelian; Education Club (4); Square 
Dance Club (4); CAROLINIAN Staff (4); 
Transfer from Brevard College (I, 2); 
Honor Roll (3). 



SOPHIA ELLEN TAPLIN 

HIGH POINT 
A.B. Sociology 

Adelphian; Le Cercle Francois (2, 3), 
Vice-President (4); College Band (3); 
College Choir (3, 4), CAROLINIAN Staff 
(3, 4); Junior Representative to Council; 
Alpha Kappa Delta (3, 4); Y.WC.A. (2, 
CHANTECLAIR 
Staff (3, 4); Inter-racial Relations Study 
Group (3), Steering Committee (4); 
Honor Roll (2, 3); Transfer from High 
college (1). 



M. ELIZABETH TAYLOR 

NEW BERN 

B.S. Music 
Aletheian, Inter- Society Representative 
(4); Legislature (2); Judicial Board (4); 
Freshman Commission; Secretary of Fresh- 
man Class; Education Club (4); Der 
Deutsche Verein (3); Madrigal Club (4); 
College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (3, 
4); Orchesis (1, 2); Daisy Chain (2); 
House President (3). 



SUSANNAH H. THOMAS 

WADESBORO 
A.B. English 

Aletheian; Sophomore Pageant, Publicity 
Chairman; Education Club (4); CARO- 
LINIAN Staff (1), Editor (2, 3); CO- 
RADDI Staff (3); PINE NEEDLES Business 
Staff (1); Hall Proctor (1, 2, 3); Quill 
Club (2, 3, 4); Inter-faith Council (3, 4); 
Y.W.C.A., Y Council (1, 2); Y Cabinet 
(2), Vice-President (3), President (4); 
Honor Roll (1); WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- 
SITIES. 



RACHEL TABOR 

ARLINGTON, VA. 
A.B. Biology 
Cornelian; Botany Club; Education Club, 
Der Deutsche Verein; Zoology Field Club, 
Hockey (1, 2); Baptist Student Union. 
Council (4). 



B. ELIZABETH TAYLOR 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Home Economics 
Dikeon; Secretary of Junior Class; Home 
Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Physics Club 
(I); Playlikers, Make-Up Chairman (1, 
2, 3), Vice-President (4); CORADDI Art 
Staff (1); Alpha Psi Omega (3, 4), 
Masqueraders (2), Secretary (3), Vice- 
President (4); Y Council (1, 2, 3), 
Chairman Peace Committee on Y Cabinet 
(4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3). 



EDNA ANNABEL TEAGUE 

SILER CITY 
B.S. Home Economics 

Dikean; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3), 
Catering Committee (4); Education Club 
(4); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Baptist Y.W. 
A. (1, 2, 4), Social Chairman (3). 



KATHERINEE. THOMASON 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 
A.B. History 

Cornelian, Education Club (3, 4); Le 
Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3, 4); Interna- 
tional Relations Club, Social Chairman 
(4); CAROLINIAN Staff (4); Y Council 
(3); Speakers' Club (3), Social Chairman 
(4). 




Eighty 




MILDRED S. THOMASON 

WHITEVILLE 
A.B. Sociology 

Dikean, Archery Club; Inter-racial Rela- 
tions Study Group. 



SARAH E. TRIMBLE 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. Sociology 

Aletheian, Le Cercle Francois (4); Play- 
likers (1, 3, 4); Inter-racial Relations 
Study Group (3); Sociology Club (4)- 
Riding Club (4); CAROLINIAN Business 
Staff (1), Advertising Manager (2), Busi- 
ness Manager (3); CHANTECLAIR Busi- 
ness Manager (3). 



DOROTHY TRUITT 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. Biology 

Dikean; Bacteriology Club (3) Vice- 
President (4); Chemistry Club (2, 3, 4); 
College Choir (1, 3, 4); CAROLINIAN 
Editorial Staff (3, 4); Y Cabinet (4); 
President of Congregational - Christian 
Group (4); Honor Roll (1, 2) 



ANNA HUGHES TURNER 

RALEIGH 
B.S. Home Economics 

Aletheian, Chemistry Club (2); Educa- 
tion Club (4); Home Economics Club (1, 
2, 3, 4). 



HESTER HICKS TOLAR 

BALTIMORE, MD. 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4); Square 
Circle (1); Square Dance Club (2); Hall 
Judicial Board (4), Secretary (3); Class 
Representative to Council (3); Y.W.C.A; 
Junior Adviser. 



JANE C. TRUESDELL 

HIGH POINT 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Dikean; Physics Club (2, 3); Transfer 
from High Point College (1). 



ANNIE L. TURBERVILLE 

MILTON 
A.B. Spanish 

Adelphian; Honor Roll (4). 



DOROTHY TURNER 

FOREST CITY 
B.S. Home Economics 
Dikean; Education Club (4); Home Eco- 
nomics Club (2, 3, 4); Athletic Associa- 
tion (3, 4); Swimming (3, 4); College 
Choir (2); Y.W.C.A. (2, 3, 4); Trans- 
fer from Limestone College (1, 2). 



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PEARL E. TURNER 

GUILFORD COLLEGE 
BS. Home Economics 
Cornelian; Home Economics Club (3, 4); 
Transfer from Guilford College (1, 2). 



R. FLORE !NE TYNDALL 

KINSTON 
BS. Secretarial Administration 
Adelphian; Playlikers (I, 2, 3); Educa- 
tion Club (3, 4). 



NELL ELIZABETH TYSON 

GEORGETOWN, S C. 
BS. Secretarial Administration 
Aletheian; Square Circle; Orchesis; Play- 
likers; Hall Proctor (1). 



MABLE IRENE UPCHURCH 

ANGIER 

A.B. Biology 

Dikean; Education Club (4); Archery Club 

(2, 3, 4); Zoology Field Club (2, 3, 4), 

Vice-President (3). 



BLANCH SHAW TUTEN 

EDWARD 
BS. Home Economics 
Cornelian; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 
3, 4); Educotion Club (4). 



DOROTHY LOUISE TYSON 

MEBANE 
BS. Physical Education 

Cornelian; Sports' Leader Speedball (3); 
Sports' Leader Tennis (4); Secretary- 
Treasurer Dolphin Club (4); Transfer 
from Greensboro College (1); Athletic 
Association (2, 3, 4); Senior Orchesis (4); 
Dolphin Club (4); Tennis Doubles Cham- 
pion (3); Basketball (2, 3, 4); Tennis (2, 
3, 4); Hockey (2, 3); Speedball (2, 3), 
Gymnastics (3). 



JANE UMSTEAD 

SOUTH BOSTON, VA. 
BS. Home Economics 
Corne'ian; Botany Club (3, 4); Chemistry 
Club (3, 4); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 
3, 4), Secretary (2); Archery Club; Ploy- 
likers (3), Costume Mistress. 



EDITH HELEN VEASEY 

FUQUAY SPRINGS 
BS. Secretarial Administration 

Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4); Square 
Circle (2), Secretary-Treasurer (3). 




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HAZEL HYATT WALKER 

CINCINNATI, OHIO 
A.B. Biology 

Dikean; Medical Technologists (3, 4); 
College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); House Vice- 
President (1); Honor Roll (1). 



AGNES M. WARREN 

NEWTON GROVE 
A.B. Primary Education 

Cornelian; Education Club (3, 4); Archery 
Club (1, 2). 



ELEANOR WEEKS 

MAYSVILLE 
A.B. Primary Education 

Aletheian, Society Sports Chairman (3), 
Dance Chairman (3); Big Sister Chairman 
(3); Dance Chairman (4); Education 
Club (4); Orchesis (1, 2, 3, 4); Clogging 
Club (3), Secretary and Treasurer (4); 
Playlikers (1, 2, 3); Daisy Chain (2). 



ELIZABETH WESTCOTT 

CHESTERTOWN, MD. 
B.S. Physical Education 

Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4); Ath- 
letic Association; Orchesis; Square Dance 
Club. 



HILDA EDNA WALKER 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Adelphian; Class Cheer Leader (3, 4); 
Education Club (4); Le Cercle Francois 
(4); Archery Club Manager (2); Tennis 
Team (1, 2, 3); Y Council (3); Honor 
Roll (1, 3). 



JOSEPHINE WATSON 

KENLY 
A.B. French 

Adelphian; Education Club (3, 4); Le 
Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3, 4); Physics 
Club (2, 3, 4); Honor Roll (4). 



HELEN HUBER WEITZEL 

MANHEIM, PA. 
B.S. Physical Education 

Dikean, Recording Secretary (3); Presi- 
dent of Student Government (Summer 
School 3); Chemistry Club (2); Educa- 
tion Club (4); Clogging Club (1, 2, 3, 
4); Varsity Volleyball (2); Hall Board 
(3, 4). 



RACHEL SUSAN WEYHER 

KINSTON 
A.B. Primary Education 

Aletheian, Dance Committee (3); Educa- 
tion Club (4); Transfer from Converse 
College (1, 2). 



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BETSY WHARTON 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. History 

Aletheran; Legislature (4); Der Deutsche 
Verein (4); Square Circle (1); Hall 
Board (3); Y Council (1, 2, 3, 4); Y 
Cabinet (4); College Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honor Roll (1, 2, 3, 4). 



MARY C. WHITEHURST 

NEW BERN 
A.B. History 

Cornelian; International Relations Club 
(4)- College Band (3, 4); Transfer from 
St. Mary's (1, 2). 



THELMAE. WHITLEY 

MARSHVILLE 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian; Education Club (4); Hall 
Proctor (3); Baptist Student Union Di- 
rector- Transfer from Wingate Junior 
College (1) 



E. ELIZABETH WHITSON 

ASHEVILLE 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Dikean; Education Club (4); Transfer 
from Biltmore College (1); Inter-racial 
Relations Study Group (1); Tennis Team 
(3); Basketball (2); Baptist Student Un- 
ion, Secretary (3), President (4). 



MARY E. WHITEHEAD 

GREENSBORO 
B.S. Home Economics 
Adelphion; Der Deutsche Verein (1, 2); 
Home Economics Club (1, 2), Membership 
Chairman (3), Social Chairman (4), 
Playlikers (2, 3, 4), Cabinet (make-up 
Chairman) (4); College Band (3, 4); 
Y Council (1, 2, 3, 4); Masqueraders (3, 
4): Junior Adviser. 



KATHLEEN WHITLEY 

WINGATE 
A.B. Biology 
Aletheian; Chemistry Club (4); Education 
Club (4); Zoology Field Club. 



SARAH P. WHITNEY 

GREENSBORO 
A.B. Sociology 

Cornelian; Inter-rocial Relations Study 
Group (2, 3); YWCA 



HARRIET J. WIGGINS 

TARBORO 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Dikean; Education Club (3, 4); Y Coun- 
cil (2, 3). 




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DOROTHY M.WILKINSON 

MARION 
A.B. Primary Education 

Adelphian; Education Club (4); Transfer 
from Stratford Junior 



ELIZABETH P.WILKINSON 

BURNSIDE, KY. 

B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Adelphian; Education Club (4); Square 

Dance Club (2); Basketball (2); Hall 

Proctor (2, 4). 



BALLARD R. WILSON 

ROCKY MOUNT 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Dikean; Transfer from Flora Macdonald 
(1, 2). 



EDITH W. WINBORNE 

AULANDER 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian; Hall Judicial Board, Secretary 
(3, 4); Education Club (4); Playlikers 
(1), Y.WA. (1, 2), Secretary (3), Circle 
Leader (2); Hall Proctor (1, 2); Honor 
Roll (4). 



ELIZABETH E.WILKINSON 

CHARLOTTE 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 

Aletheian; College Orchestra (1, 2); 
College Band (2); CORADDI Business 
Staff (3). 



ANNIE RUTH WILSON 

GUILFORD COLLEGE 

B.S. Home Economics 

Cornelian, Home Economics Club (1, 
3, 4). 



ELLEN MEADE WILSON 

WILMINGTON 
A.B. 

Adelphian; Playlikers (3, 4), CORADDI 
Editorial Staff (4); Y Cabinet (4); Hall 
Board (3); Quill Club (4) 



SARAH E. WINSLOW 

SCOTLAND NECK 
B.S. Home Economics 

Cornelian; Transfer from University of 
Kansas City (1); Home Economics Club 
(2, 3, 4). 



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RUBYE A. WOMBLE 

MONCURE 
A.B. Grammar Grade Education 
Dikean; Education Club (4); Psychology 
Club (4); Playlikers (4); Speakers' Club; 
Y. W. C. A.; Transfer from Louisburg 
College. 



MARGARET D. WOODSON 

SALISBURY 
A.B. Sociology 
Adelphian, International Relations Club 
(4); Hall Judicial Board (4); Alpha 
Kappa Delta; Y Council (2, 3); Freshman- 
Junior Wedding (3); Transfer from Hol- 
lins College (1); Honor Roll (3, 4). 



MARTHA A. WRIGHT 

NEW YORK, N Y 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Aletheian; Dolphin Club (I, 2, 3, 4); 
Swimming Varsity (1); Chairman Dormi- 
tory Library Committee (4). 



JEAN RACHEL ZIEL 

MT CLEMENS, MICH. 
A.B. Economics 

Cornelian, Marshal (3); Chemistry Club 
(1); Der Deutsche Verein (1, 2); Play- 
likers (1, 2, 3, 4); College Choir (1, 2, 3); 
YW.CA, Freshman Council; CAROLIN- 
IAN Business Staff (3). 



VIRGINIA MILLIE WOOD 

BROOKHAVEN, L I. 
A.B. English 

Cornelian, Botany Club (2), Education 
Club (4); College Choir (1); College 
Band (2, 3); CORADDI Editorial Staff 
(4); Quill Club (4); Y.W.C.A. (1), 
Freshman Y Council; Junior Adviser; 
Honor Roll (3). 



ALICE GIBSON WRIGHT 

WAKE FOREST 
B.S. Secretarial Administration 
Adelphion; Education Club (4); Playlik- 
ers (1); CAROLINIAN Circulation Staff 
(2); Hall Proctor (2, 3, 4); Orchesis (2). 



GERALINE F. YOUNG 

ANGIER 
B.S. Music 

Aletheian, Der Deutsche Verein (1, 2); 
College Choir (1, 2), Treasurer (3), 
President (4); Glee Club (3, 4); First 
Presbyterian Church Choir (I, 2, 3, 4); 
Honor Roll (3). 



MARY V. ZIMMERMAN 

READING, PA 
A.B. Psychology 

Dikean; Le Cercle Francois (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Square Circle (2, 3, 4); YW.CA. (1, 2, 
3, 4); CAROLINIAN Business Staff (3, 
4); PINE NEEDLES Business Staff (2, 
3, 4). 




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HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1939 



They were in nowise a homogeneous group — the 
freshmen who entered Woman's College of the University 
of North Carolina as the class of 1939. They came from 
little towns and big cities as native North Carolinians, 
as Yankees, and as pilgrims from far countries. Some of 
them were seeing Greensboro for the first time; others of 
them were born within a few blocks of the college cam- 
pus. Some of them had been high school valedictorians; 
others of them presented entrance deficiencies along with 
the application blanks. Some came with unlimited bank 
accounts; others had awaited notice of self-help appoint- 
ments before making definite plans. They declared fidelity 
to each of the great religious faiths; they left the Re- 
ligious Preference space blank. Many of them had been 
members of the high school graduating classes of 1935, 
but this was a generalization that was not without its 
exceptions. 

It rained on the just and the unjust, on those who 
would borrow and those who would lend — that rain which 
accompanied Freshman Week in September of 1935. They 
registered for every combination of courses and instruc- 
tors. They indicated their intentions of working toward 
each of the various degrees offered by the college. Not 
one of them might have dared hope that this multiplicity 
of purposes and personalities could ever be reconciled to 
each other. Not one might have hoped that a community 
of such members might ever develop into a true and happy 
democracy. No prophet might have foreseen that the 
class was destined to become one of the most spirited and 
enthusiastic of college classes — that it was to achieve 
singleness of purpose without violating the individuality 
of its component parts. 



Although one member of the class, Jane Dupuy, was 
to be elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa during her 
junior year, the class was not one of outstanding achieve- 
ment in scholarship. Any number of other classes had sur- 
passed the brain-power as indicated by grades of the 
thirty-niners. The mortality rate of the class was boosted 
by constant withdrawals. Despite these losses, however, 
the class promised to be one of the largest to be gradu- 
ated by the college. 

In enthusiasm, in community consciousness, in loyalty 
to leadership, the class had few equals and no betters. 
Some of this is traceable to the quality of leadership the 
students saw fit to elect, some of it to the unique attitude 
of college administrators, and not a little of it to the in- 
tangible something which can be called nothing else but 
the Spirit of 1939. 

As freshmen, the class elected Gertrude Rainey of 
Martinsville, New Jersey, president of the group. 
Trudy started the class, when it was numerically at its 



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HISTORY, Continued 

greatest, on the road it pursued from that time on. She 
motivated the heterogeneous medley of parts to become 
a whole. She taught them to forget their wide differences 
in origin and geography, in personality and prejudice. They 
emerged in the spring of 1936 — no longer a mixture; they 
had become the class of 1939. 

In the second year of the experience, the class that 
had entered with such wide differences established a un- 
animity of opinion that had no precedent. The presidency 
of the class went both semesters to the same young lady, 
Emily Harris of Greensboro, North Carolina Under 
Emily's leadership, the class gave a good English term a 
new and revolutionary meaning: the adjective "sopho- 
monc" became complimentary for the first in its history. 
The peculiar compromise between individuality and 
community of the members was reflected in their choice 
of class jackets. They decided on neither a red nor a white 
jacket, but on both. As sophomores, they became so 
conscious of their class as an entity that many thirty- 
niners as seniors confessed that they would never think of 
themselves as anything but sophomores. 

No development of the final two years changed the 
promise of eminence that the class of red and white early 
displayed. As juniors, under the capable direction of 
Jeanne Carey of Elmira, New York, some signs of maturity 
were revealed. They were still "peppy" (Jeanne's own 
trademark), but they were on their way to toning down 
the brilliance that had so disturbed their predecessors. It 
was a brilliance of noise and display and enthusiasm that 
had characterized the class, but never had its members 
entirely lost sight of the work they had come to do. 

Sarah Virginia Dunlap of Wadesboro, North Caro- 
lina, presided over the class during its senior year. Sarah 
Virginia showed the campus students who were becoming 
guiet and conscientious. Those who could remember knew 



that fire burned brightly somewhere within the ranks. 
They were thankful, no doubt, that the fire was under con- 
trol; they hoped, surely, that they were seeing the begin- 
ning of something that might sometime manifest itself 
as dignity. 

If the class had been fortunate in leadership, it was 
no less fortunate in college administrators. Miss Bernice 
Draper was the first class chairman ever to begin her 
term the day her advisees entered college. For four years 
she competently observed and tabulated and counseled. 
She proved the wisdom of the advisory system that inte- 
grates each class with college life. 

The contribution of Dr. W. C. Jackson, Dean of 
Administration, and Miss Harriet Elliott, Dean of Women, 
cannot be measured in a chronicle. They had a vision of 
college as a laboratory of life, as an experience which 
might offer something to each of the widely differing 
pilgrims. They had anticipated the natives of little towns 
and of big cities, the North Carolinians and the Yankees, 
the valedictorians, the religious, the mature, and the very 
young. It may be that they were able to anticipate the 
sophomores, "bless their courageous young hearts." The 
class was fortunate that a Dean of Women with no insti- 
tution-made ideas of her duties began her term of office 
in 1935 The class was fortunate in that both deans 
fostered the idea of combined individuality and com- 
munity. 

The class of red and white which was graduated in 
1939 proved that differences can add to the success of 
an enterprise. They proved that absolute agreement 
among its members is not essential to the success of a 
community. They proved that when each member of a 
class finds and serves in her place, wherever it may be, 
that the class has solved its problems. The lesson they 
learned in college is that democracy is not only possible 
when citizens work for the common good, but that it is 
inevitable. 



Eight) -tight 




SENIOR CLASS POEM 

VIRGINIA WOOD 



The tide slapped Europe's 
Bulging sides, and then 
Churned a retreat against 
The stern of that first ship 
To bring white seed 
Into the New land. 
From the ship's deck, Virginia's 
Arrowy conjecture westward 
Sped to haunt the land 
Before the yey inhabited it 
With wide surmise. 
— Did that arrow 
Spend itself in the 
Muscadine's wild embrace, futile 
Presage of ill destiny; 



Or quiver in the red clay 
Ground, fleet singer of 
The new gospel's zeal? 
The confidence of night's 
Progression into light 
Since then has sealed 
The way; our steps 
Are timed to another's 
Well oiled mind, 
Whose steely convolutions 
Turn us staring upward 
Into the sun; 
Upward, forward, is 
Our quadrennial run. 



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SENIOR PROPHECY 

The STATE of Time to Come. June 1, 1960 



From bare beginnings pioneer women began ex- 
ploration . . . they banished barriers, found new 
colonies wherein they founded new programs, and 
made progress a thing perpetual. To them we pay 
tribute in this account of activity and achievement. 

To the state and to the southland has come the first 
woman governor. This triumph of democracy in 1960 is 
phenomenal to the point that it has occasioned history's 
taking a holiday to hallow the happening. Significant is 
the fact that North Carolina's new governor, Sarah V 
Dunlap Jones, long a leading barrister and business wom- 
an, was president of the outstanding class of 1939 at 
Woman's College of the University of North Carolina. To 
the women of that class STATE pays special honor — we 
dedicate this issue of the magazine to them. They are 
going places: 

In GOVERNMENT— Emily Harris, secretary of the de- 
partment of national welfare, and author of the new book 
POLITICS ENOUGH; Dorothy Rosseland, national con- 
gresswoman from the state of Michigan; Mary Elizabeth 
Pruvis, state Supreme Court justice, of Raleigh; Frances 
Crockett, mayor of Jersey City; Dorothy Elkins, commis- 
sioner of welfare, Chicago; Betsy Wharton, national com- 
mitteewoman of the Socialist party, and advisor to the 
Society Asking "Sixty Dollars Every Saturday to College 
Students," Grace Mewborn, United States consul to Den- 
mark; Rachel Draughon Max, president of Foreign Friends 
Society, official "good-will" organization of France. 

EDUCATION— Gertrude Rainey Creed, dean of 
Woman's College of the University of North Carolina, 
and president of the American Association of University 
Women; Carolyn Dukes, professor of home economics; 
Isabel Pelton, professor of history; Claudeline Lewis, pro- 
fessor of sociology; Doris Leach, professor of English; Car- 
roll Stoker, professor of dramatics; Florence Hunt, pro- 
fessor of musical education, Woman's College; Helen 
Weitzel and Leah Skelton, members of Smith College's 
school of physical culture; Sophia Taplin, head of 
America's Association for Juvenile Adjustments; Bertie 
Patterson, director of Pattie's School of Kindergarten, At- 
lanta, Ga.; Rubyleigh Davis, associate professor of Greek, 
State College; Elizabeth Crosby, personnel director, Peace 
College; Martha Eleanor Floyd, professor of English, Phil- 
adelphia's Police school; Constance Fagan, professor of 



modern history, New York night school; Irene Pospisil, 
dean of Cat college, University of North Carolina; Mildred 
Howell, head of B. & P. University, "for business and 
pleasure," Asheville and Algiers; Lucile Bethea Watkins, 
Petersburg, Va., president of the Southern Association for 
Parent Education; Marjorie Leonard, Mary Seibert, and 
Inez Shuford, founders of the Missionary Seminary and 
Retreat of Greenland. 

SCIENCE and RESEARCH— Jane Dupuy, winner of the 
Nobel prize in science for her discovery of a vaccine for in- 
somnia; Helen Dennis, editor of CONSUMER'S RE- 
SEARCH; Kitty Bernhardt, national authority on crime; 
Avis Bolderson, expert in textiles, tapings, and red tape; 
Helen Book, head of the bureau of research, Johns Hop- 
kins hospital; Phyllis Keister, discoverer of the formula to 
prevent chemical reaction; Mary Zimmerman and Julia 
Cozzens, psychologists who advanced the Tantra theory 
of behavior. 

BUSINESS — Emily Stanton, owner of Stanton Feature 
Syndicate, Inc.; Barbara Moore, Marjorie Pye, Helen 
Player, designers, manufacturers, and distributors of the 
exclusive Modern-Miss dresses and coats; Julia Bright 
Godwin, head of the Southern Stock Exchange; Marian 
Fisher, president of Coca Bottling company; Rachel Kelly 
and Jane Umstead, House Decorators, Inc., Philadelphia; 
Edith Winborne Castleloe, vice-president of the Coop- 
erative Banks of America; Edna Earle Bostick, president 
of United Press; Hilda Snyder and Margaret Woodson, 
owners of Peach Hosiery Mills, Inc.; Barbara Moon and 
Virginia Edwards, founders of the Foods and Facts com- 
pany, makers of the popular "Meal-in-a-Minute." 

PUBLICATIONS— Maxine Garner and Doris Adams, 
editors of LOOK magazine; Kathryn Mewborn, publisher 
of MUSIC FOR THE MASSES; Lou Millard, editor LA- 
DIES' HOME JOURNAL; York Kiker, assistant editor of 
same publication; Elinor Henderson, who is the wife of the 
Rev. Warren Gaw, writer of the widely-read articles, "From 
A Minister's Wife," in GOOD HOUSEKEEPING; Jeanne 
Carey McLemore, of Smithfield, conductor of the popular 
column, "Chats with Carrie Carey," Sue Thomas, professor 
of religion at Columbia university, author of the current 
novels, BLUE BANNERS and TRIUMPHANT OBSESSION; 
Elizabeth Brown, editor of CORONET; Virginia Wood, 
book-review editor of New York NEWS; Bettie Harward, 



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editor of DEMOCRATIC DIGEST; Mary Cochrane, fash- 
ion editor of VOGUE; Margaret Bullock, author of numer- 
ous volumes on Physical Education and Culture, Olena 
Swain House, poetess, author of the volume Remember- 
ing; Edna Levine, author of PEACE and PLENTY. 

The ARTS — Leah Smirnow, winner of the Academy 
Award for her work as director of the motion-picture 
"Success," in which Bibbie Taylor played the lead; Arlene 
Littlefield and Adele Smirnow, dramatics directors for 
Television, Inc.; Dorothy Ficker, Marian Endfield, Jean 
Ziel, and Alice Murdoch, all stars in recent stage and 
screen successes; Geralme Young, coloratura soprana, 
National Opera company; Louise Darden and Betsy 
Myers, directors of American School of Dance; Wilma 
Levine and Marie Perez, stars of the "Terpsichorean 
troupe of dancers," directed by Eleanor Weeks; Louise 
Crowell Fairfax, director of the performances of her chil- 
dren, the famous acrobatic twins, Louie and Louis of the 
Loop; Mary Elizabeth Taylor Hodges, song-writer whose 
"Bathtub Blues," has been voted the most popular song 
of the year; Eleanor McClung, organist who is at the con- 
sole for daily recitals over the Mutual network; Mary 
Epps Briggs, musical director of the "Brigadiers;" Nell 
Tyson, program director of Radio Broadcasting company; 
Susan Barksdale, chairman of advertising, Association of 
Artists of America; Esther Anne Quinn, music critic, UP- 
BEAT and NATIONAL NEWS. 

SPORTS— Rachel Emmett, director of New York City's 
Parks and Playgrounds; Helen Boiling, coach of Duke Uni- 
versity's crack woman hockey team; Virginia Eggleston 
and Corrine Spinelle, owners and trainers of the thorough- 
bred, "Shine," winner of this year's Kentucky Derby; Eloise 
McLean and Dorothy Tyson, organizers of the Interna- 
tional Tennis Tournament held annually in Greensboro; 
Margaret Galloway, national women's golf champion; 
Miriam Gault, president of the Establishment of a Daisy 
Bowl (on the Eastern Coast) Clubs; Ethel Reavis West, 
Duke University's representative in said society; Jeanne 
Bai I lie, winner of 1957-59 national bridge tournaments. 

SOCIETY — Grace Sharpe Rankin, High Point, newly 
elected president of the North Carolina Society for the 
Preservation of Antiquities; Charlotte Michlin, well-known 
actress, recently deserted democracy to become Duchess 
of Dorchester, England; Lauretta Shean, fashion expert, 
divorced from Actor Eldridge Cole; Alice Powell, president 



of the Washington Society for the Prevention of Cruelty 
to Animals; and the GRAND OLD DAMES of SOCIETY 
in the United States include Mesdames: Kurt Cobb, nee 
June Maupin, Hollywood, Calif.; J. P. Floyd, Hannah 
Huske, Winston-Salem, N. C; Burke Craver, Edna Buch- 
anan, Charleston, S. C; Rigg Dees, Ann Dees, Atlanta, 
Ga.; Nick Carter, Hester Tolar, Baltimore, Md.; Robert 
Little, Helen Cook, Plainfield, N. J.; C. W. Sutton, Mary 
Wilson Henderson, Boston, Mass.; James Acres, Dorothy 
Wilkinson, Richmond, Va.; Harry Metcalf, Bobby Hol- 
land, Durham, N. C; Ralph Fauber, Josephine Lowrance, 
Charlotte, N. C; Bill Day, Helen Bumgarner, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Charles Mendenhall, Helen Veasey, Greensboro, 
N. C ; W. B. Jones, Jessie McLean, Mobile, Ala.; Jimmy 
Mills, Elaine Reagan, Cincinnati, Ohio; Al York, Louise 
Beck, Salt Lake City, Utah; Peter Hunesucker, Blois Craw- 
ford, Raleigh, N. C; Ben Brown, Frances Horner, Miami, 
Fla.; John Redding, Ruth Hamilton, Louisville, Ky.; Jack 
Spainhour, Mary King Mallonee, Racine, Wise; Robert 
Conderman, Julia Smallwood, New Bern, N. C; Ralph 
Mallonee, Edna Cartwright, Baltimore, Md.; Herbert Jen- 
kins, Jr., Alice Wright, New Orleans, La.; Wyllie McCar- 
ter, Mary Jane Crenshaw, Los Angeles, Calif.; Charles 
Muse, Virginia Livingston, Philadelphia, Pa.; Sherman 
Hines, Pearl Chamness, Dallas, Texas; and on forever! 



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ELIZABETH PHILLIPS, Prophet. 

IILES 1939 




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COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM 1939 



FRIDAY, JUNE 2 

8.00 P.M. Faculty-Alumnae At Home 

Informal) ALUMNAE HOUSE 

9:00 P. M Commencement Ball 

(Senior Class) ROSENTHAL GYMNASIUM 

ALUMNAE DAY— SATURDAY, JUNE 3 

11 00 AM Alumnae General Assembly STUDENTS BUILDING 

12:00 M Presentation of Portrait of Dr Foust— Gift of 
the Class of 1935 ALUMNAE HOUSE 

1 CO P M Luncheon 

(For Alumnae and Seniors) SOUTH and WEST DINING HALLS 

3:00 P.M Presentation of Portrait of Dr. W. C. Jackson by the Senior 
Class of 1938 COLLEGE LIBRARY 

3:30 PM. Concert by the Faculty of the School of Music (for Alumnae) 
ALUMNAE HOUSE 

4.30 P.M. Senior Class Day Exercises FRONT CAMPUS 

6:00 P. M. Class Reunion Suppers 

8:30 P.M Guest Performance by Playlikers — "Craig's Wife" — 
Comedy by George Kelly AYCOCK AUDITORIUM 



SUNDAY, JUNE 4 

1 1 :00 A M Baccalaureate Sermon 

Dr John A. Mackay, President of Princeton Theological Seminary 
AYCOCK AUDITORIUM 

4 00 P.M Concert by the College Choir and String Orchestra 

AYCOCK AUDITORIUM 

5 00 P.M Informal Gathering for Seniors, Parents, Alumnae, and Friends 

LAWN IN FRONT OF DEAN'S HOME 



MONDAY, JUNE 5 

10:30 A M Graduating Exercises 

The President of the University of North Carolina 

The Representative of the Senior Class 

The Governor of the State of North Carolina 

The Dean of Administration AYCOCK AUDITORIUM 

1 CO P M Luncheon Meeting 

Board of Trustees, University of North Carolina 
SOUTH DINING HALL 



SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR 



JEAN BAILLIE 
SARA CRAIG 



RUBYLEIGH DAVIS 
JEANNETTE FLOWE 



LOUISA MILLARD 
ANNIE MILLER 



VIRGINIA ROGERS 
MARY SEIBERT 



ELLEN SHANAHAN 



The position of a senior is signified by more than the 
possession of the earmarks of dignity and age once de- 
clared typical of members of the graduating classes. 
From the time of initial registration in the fall when 
seniors are admitted to the "advanced standing" category 
'til the last roundup at Aycock Auditorium for receiving 
the first degree, there is one cycle of activities. 

Among the events in the headlines for the class of 1939 
have been the faculty-senior banquet which was such a 
success the seniors declared it should have been held for 
them as freshmen, four years earlier: and the senior-fac- 
ulty party which members of the faculty might have 



favored when they were serving as freshman advisors. 
Then seniors had their day with the celebration of the 
college holiday, Senior Day. They donned formal caps and 
gowns for the final mass meeting and the annual senior 
class chapel program. They were honored at a tea given 
by Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Jackson; and entertained at the 
formal senior dinner at which Miss Genevieve Herrick, 
prominent Washington newspaper woman, was guest 
speaker. Among other class traditions which have been 
included in the program of activity have been the Junior- 
Senior Dance, Commencement Ball, Senior Class Formal 
Dance, and the Alumnae Reception. 



Ninety-two 




"COTTONERS" 

FAKE I 

WHAT DO YOU SUPPOSE THEY SEE? 

CROWELL 

AND THEY AREN'T POSING 

WOMAN'S COLLEGE PROGRESS 



WORK OR PLAY? 

WE'D ALL LIKE ONE' 

WHEN COTTON GOES PICN ICING 

HOME MANAGEMENT HOUSE 

THE MARCH ON RALEIGH 

FAMILIAR? 



ENTRANCE TO WEST DINING HALL 

DOES ANYONE KNOW HIM? 

P.WA. IS RIGHT! 

WHERE IS YOUR CAMERA? 

POSING DIBBLE 

A A HUT 



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Ninety-five 



ELLEN GRIFFIN 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

ELLEN GRIFFIN President 

VALERIE POWELL Vice-President 

EUNICE KING Secretary 

GRACE EVELYN LOVING Treasurer 

CHRISTINA CHANGARIS. . . .Manager Junior Shop 
MR JAMES PAINTER Class Chairman 



VALERIE POWELL 

EUNICE KING 

GRACE EVELYN LOVING 

MR. JAMES PAINTER 




JUNIOR CLASS SONG 

We praise thee today, our fair College, 

Our Alma Mater so true, 

May thy numberless daughters, wherever they roam, 

Be faithful and loyal to you. 

All hail from the proud class of '40! 

All hail to our College so dear! 



We will ever remember and cherish 

The years we will spend with you here. 

There is joy in the halls, on the campus; 

1940 answers your call. 

And the torch that you hand us we'll keep burning high, 

And pledge you it never will fall. 



COLORS Lavender and White 

FLOWER Violet 

MOTTO "Altiora Pete" 



Ninety-six 




M. ABERNETHY MARTHA ADAMS MARY ALEXANDER JANE ALLEN VIRGINIA ALVERSON VIRGINIA AMBROSE 

ELKIN GASTONIA MATTHEWS TROY CHARLOTTE CONWAY, S . C. 



BERTHA AMMONS 
ROWLAND 



!. ANDERSON 
GREENSBORO 



R. ANDERSON 
SNOW HILL 



SYBIL ANDERSON ALICE ANDREWS S. ARMENTROUT 

CLYDE MTGILEAD GOLDSBORO 



J. ARMSTRONG 
GREENSBORO 



EVELYN ASCUE 

KITTRELL 



LETITIA ASHBY 

MT AIRY 



NELL ATKINSON 
ORRUM 



SARAH AUSTIN 
MONROE 



EMMA S. AVERY 
GREENSBORO 



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ELLEN AXLEY 


ROSA BAER 


MARGIE BAKER 


ANNA J. BAREFOOT 


B. BARKSDALE 


LOIS BARNES 


MURPHY 


DUNN 


GREENVILLE, S C 


CANTON 


GREENSBORO 


WALLINGFORD, CONN 


SARAH BARNES 


RUTH BARNWELL 


F. BARRINGER 


LESS IE BATEMAN 


DOROTHY BELL 


ELEANOR H BELL 


KENLY 


EDNEYVILLE 


CONCORD 


COLUMBIA 


WESTFIELD, N J. 


MOORESVILLE 


ALICE BERGIN 


NELL BENTON 


KATE BLACK 


MARGARET BLACK 


VIRGINIA BOGER 


PAULINE BOLES 


OXFORD 


GREENSBORO 


REIDSVILLE 


GREENSBORO 


ALBEMARLE 


CYCLE 


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HILDA BRADY OLIVE BRIGGS RACHEL BRIGHT K.BRITTEN DOROTHY BROCK GERALDINE BROOKS 

FRANKLINVILLE BURNSVILLE NEW HILL KINSTON ELIZABETH CITY ROXBORO 



LUCILLE BROOKS 
TARBORO 



D. BROTHERS DOROTHY BROWN EVELYN BROWN 

LAGRANGE SALISBURY ROCKY MOUNT 



K. BROWN 
CONCORD 



MARTHA BROWN 
GREENSBORO 



MARY B. BROWN NANCY BROWNE MARY D BUDD 

TAYLORSVILLE WILSON SILERCITY 



ARPHA BURRELL 
TRYON 



ANNE BURNETT 

ROCKY MOUNT 



BETTY BURNS 
FAIRMONT 



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DORIS BUTLER 
ROSEBORO 



MABEL CADDELL JOY CARMAN ELICIACAROON 

HOFFMAN BRETON WOODS, N. J NEW BERN 



INEZCAROON ELIZABETH CARSON 
KINSTON STATESVILLE 



E. CASHWELL RUTH CHADWICK 

GASTON I A NEW BERN 



M CHAFFEE HELEN CHAFFIN H. CHAMBERLAIN JOYCE CHAMBLISS 

MORGANTON LILLINGTON GREENWICH, CONN. REIDSVILLE 



DAISY CHAMNESS VIRGINIA CHANCE C CHANGARIS MARGERY CHARPIA ANNETTE CHILDS ELIZABETH CHURCH 

BENNETTSVILLE.SC NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C. DURHAM GREENSBORO LINCOLNTON ROARING RIVER 




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BERNICECLEIN 
GREENSBORO 



BETTY CLUTTS MARY R COCHRAN HELEN COHEN MILDRED COLEMAN DOROTHY COLEY 

GREENSBORO ROCKY MOUNT PORT CHESTER, N. Y. NORLINA RALEIGH 



J. CON LEY 
WILSON 



VIRGINIA CONNOR ALICE COOGAN 

ASH EV I LLE BRYN MAWR, PA 



ALICE COOK 

BOONE 



JEAN COONEY 
TRENTON, N. J. 



MARIAN COX 

WINTERVILLE 



MILDRED COX 
GRASSY CREEK 



G. CRABTREE 

BAHAMA 



LOUISE CRAFT VIRGINIA CRAVER CAROLYN CROOK MAY CROOKES 

PITTSBORO LEXINGTON EAST HADDAM, CONN. WALLINGFORD, CONN. 



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One Hundred One 




LEAH CROOM 


RUTH CROTTY 


REBECCA CROWELL 


EDITH DANIEL 


MAY DAVIDSON 


REBECCA DAVIS 


WILMINGTON 


BROOKLY, N. Y. 


RICHFIELD 


ELM CITY 


HUNTERSVILLE 


DUNN 


BETSY DAVISON 


K DAWSON 


MARY DAY 


DOROTHY DENNIS 


JEAN DEWEY 


C. DICKSON 


LEAKSVILLE 


NEW BERN 


WINSTON-SALEM 


LOCH ARBOUR, N. J. 


GOLDSBORO 


BOOTH BAY HARBOR, ME. 


MR IE DIMNETTE 


CAROLYN DOWD 


RUTH DUPREE 


CELIA DURHAM 


FRANCES EDWARDS 


WILHELMINA EFIRE 


GASTON 1 A 


CARTHAGE 


ROCKY MOUNT 


CHAPEL HILL 


ASHEVILLE 


ALBEMARLE 



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MAXINEEFLAND 
EFLAND 



RUTH ELLER 
GREENSBORO 



MARY ELLINGTON ELIZABETH ELLIS 
ROCKY MOUNT GOLDSTON 



GRACE ELLIS 
WINSTON-SALEM 



PHOEBE ENNIS 
RALEIGH 



ELVA EVANS KATHRYN EVANS M. FINKLEHOFFE MARGERY FAISON MARIAN E FISHER ANNIE MAE FOX 

MURFREESBORO MURFREESBORO SPRINGFIELD, MASS CHESTER, PA NORTHAMPTON, MASS. STALEY 



VIRGINIA FRANCIS RUTH FRETZ PEARL FRICK 

KING JACKSON HEIGHTS, N. Y. GOLD HILL 



MARY RUTH FRYE 
CARTHAGE 



JULIA FULLER 
FRANKLINTON 



KATHRYN FULLER 
SPRUCE PINE 



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One Hundred Three 




FRANCES FUTRELL M.GALLAGHER MARIAN GALLOWAY VIRGINIA GARDNER MARY T. GAY VIRGINIA GAYLORD 

NASHVILLE CHARLESTON, S. C. GREENSBORO MURFREESBORO MARGARETTEVILLE PANTEGO 



REBECCA GILBERT BESSIE A. GILLAM VE LORA GILLIAM RUTH GILLMORE LOUETTE GLASER MAURINE GODBEY 

FAYETTEVILLE MORGANTON ELON COLLEGE WALPOLE, MASS NEWTON, MASS. WINSTON-SALEM 



EMILY GOODRUM RUTH GORDON JOSEPHINE GORE MARIE GOULD EVELYN GREESON ELLEN GRIFFIN 

DAVIDSON PITTSBORO TABOR CITY WATERTOWN, N Y. BURLINGTON FORT HAMILTON, N, Y. 



One Hundred Four 




GLENNIE GRIFFIN 
WINGATE 



K. GRIFFIN GERTRUDE GRIMES JANET GRONER LOIS GUYER CELIA HALL 

SANFORD GREENSBORO SOUTH ORANGE, N J. HADDON HEIGHTS, N. J. NEW BERN 



FRANCES HALL SARAH HALL NANCY HAM ANGELA HAMMOND THELMA HAMMOND EDITH HAMRICK 

ZEBULON MT. ULLA GREENSBORO CRANFORD, N. J. MAPLEWOOD, N. J. SHELBY 



K HAMRICK ROBERTA HARDEE GRACE HARDING P. HARDWICKE 

BOILING SPRINGS , DURHAM WASHINGTON WAKE FOREST 



JEANETTE HARRY JEAN HARTSOOK 
GROVER GREENSBORO 



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One Hundred Fit 




NETTIE HARVEY FRANCES HARWARD MARY E. HATTON MILDRED HAUGH MARY F. HAWKINS BEATRICE HAYMAN 
MONCKS CORNER, S. C. APEX MONROE SHORT HILLS, N. J. WAYNESBORO, VA. CHARLOTTE 



MARY M. HEFFNER MARY ELLEN HEGE EMMA HEMPHILL LOIS HENRY DOROTHY HERBERT ELOISE HERRING 

GREENSBORO LEXINGTON GREENSBORO WASHINGTON, D. C. GREENSBORO FAYETTEVILLE 



JANE HERRING BETSY HEYWARD MARY C. HIGGINS E HIGHTOWER 

CLINTON GOLDSBORO GREENSBORO WADESBORO 



R. HOLLOWELL KATHRYN HOLM AN 
EDENTON GREENSBORO 



One Hundred Six 




ELIZABETH HOLMES ELEANOR HORNER BLANCHE HORTON BETSY HOWARD CAROL HOWARD ELINOR HOWARD 

LEAKSVILLE BURLINGTON WENDELL GREENSBORO ST. PAULS CONCORD 



EVELYN HOWELL VIRGINIA HOWELL HELEN HOWERTON P.HUDSPETH 

GASTONIA MORGANTON ASHEVILLE YADKINVILLE 



MARGARET HUFF BARBARA HUFF 

GREENSBORO PLAINFIELD, N. J. 



CLAIRE HUGHES M LOUISE HUGHES E HUNNICUTT 
WILMINGTON ELIZABETH CITY ASHEVILLE 



BARBARA HUNT VIRGINIA HUNTER ANNE HUNTINGTON 
GREENSBORO PETERSBURG ELMIRA, N. Y 



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FRANCES INGRAM PATRICIA IRWIN 
NORWOOD BRADLEY BEACH, N. J. 



H JACKSON 
WEEKSVILLE 



LILLIAN JOHNSON 
HOLLY SPRINGS 



B. JOHNSTON 
CONCORD 



FAYJOINES 
SPARTA 



GRANT JONES PATSY JONES SARAH JOYNER DOROTHY KAN I PE HELEN KAULBACK MARY W. KEARNS 

WILMINGTON GREENSBORO WILSON ASHEVILLE MALDEN, MASS. PLEASANT GARDEN 



SARA KELLER 


J KELLOGG 


M KENDALL 


M KENNETTE 


EUNICE KING 


FRANCES KING 


GASTON 1 A 


WILSON 


GREENSBORO 


GREENSBORO 


RALEIGH 


HENDERSON 



One Hundred Eight 




DOVIEKINLAW 

LUMBERTON 



EUGENIA KIN5EY HELEN IDA KIRK ALMA KIRSTEIN JENNIE KLEIN ANNIE LEE KNOX 

COLUMBIA, SC. MOCKSVILLE ASHEVILLE ANNAPOLIS, MD. BEAR POPLAR 



DOROTHY KOEHLER M KOONCE 

ALBION, PA. RALEIGH 



NATALIE KRUG 
LEXINGTON 



MURIEL LAHN 
MURPHY 



JESSIE LAND 
NEW BERN 



MARY R. LASS ITER 

MADISON 



ETHEL LATHAM PERCIE LAZENBY ELIZABETH LEARY ELIZABETH LEE RUTH LISK 

MOCKSVILLE STATESVILLE WASHINGTON FALLSTON GREENSBORO 



MABEL LOHR 
LEXINGTON 



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One Hundred Nine 




ESTHER LONDNER. DOROTHY LOVELL GRACE LOVING M McBANE 

MARION LEONIA, N. J. DRAKES BRANCH, VA GREENSBORO 



R McBRIDE 
MARSHVILLE 



K McBRYDE 
RAEFORD 



MARY McBRYDE M McCOLLUM ALICE McDOWELL MARY E. Mel NTOSH MARTHA McLEAN R McLEAN 

RAEFORD REIDSVILLE ASHEVILLE RALEIGH ROCKINGHAM SALISBURY 



EMMA K McNEILL MARIAN McNEILL THERESA McNEILL MURIEL MANDELL MADITH MANESS DOROTHY marks 

LUMBERTON ROWLAND WEST JEFFERSON BROOKLYN, N. Y. HEMP TILLERY 



)ne Hundred Ten 




JENNIE MARKS MARTHA L MARTIN BEULAH MASON 
TILLERY MARION BATH 



C. MATLOCK 
GREENSBORO 



D MATTHEWS 
HALIFAX 



L MATTHEWS 
ROCKY MOUNT 



LOUISE MAXWELL M. MAYNARD 

DAVIDSON BELMONT 



MILLICENT MILLER MARY B MOORE 
TAYLORSVILLE SPRAY 



_AURA L MAYO 


ANNAMEIXELL 


LOUISE MERONEY 


ELAINE MEYERS 


HOBUCKEN 


BREVARD 


GREENSBORO 


PLAINFIELD, N. J. 


MAX IE MOORE 


NELL MOORE 


E MORGAN 


RUBY MORGAN 


GREENSBORO 


WILMINGTON 


GREENSBORO 


SHELBY 



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One Hundred Eleven 




EDITHA MORRIS MARY G. MORRISON MARGARET MOSER MARY SUE MOSER LYNETTE MOSS SUE C MUNDAY 

TARBORO CHARLOTTE GREENSBORO MONROE WILSON TAYLORSVILLE 



MRIE MURPHY 


LAURA MUSE 


J. NELSON 


DORIS NEW 


SOUTHERN PINES 


LAURINBURG 


WAYNESVILLE 


KING 


JEAN NOEL 


BETTY NORWOOD 


MARION OKELL 


RUTH ONCLEY 


OLIVIA 


MT. AIRY 


PLAINFIELD, N. J. 


GREENSBORO 



LUCY NEWELL PEARL NICHOLSON 

FRANKLINTON GRAHAM 



EUNICE OUTLAW ISABEL PALMER 

ZEBULON BAYSIDE, N Y. 



One Hundred Twelve 




RUTH PALMER SARAH PARDO CLARA PARDUE OMA LEE PARKER PAULINE PENLAND ANNE PERSON 

ARLINGTON, N. J. HAVANA, CUBA WALLBURG GATES HAYESVILLE LITTLETON 



E. PETTIGREW ANNE PIKE THELMA PITTMAN MARTHA PLONK ANNA MAE PORTER LOIS PORTER 

FLORENCE, S. C. DERBY LINE, VT. WHITAKERS KINGS MOUNTAIN SANFORD NEW HAVEN, CONN. 



VALERIA POWELL MARIE POWERS ALTA PRINE 

TAMOQUA, PENNA. ST. PAULS WESTFIELD, N. J. 



MARILYN PRUDEN 
SEVERN 



ROSE PULLY 
KINSTON 



ROBERTA PURDY 
OSSINING, N.Y. 



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One Hundred Thirteen 




MURIEL QUA ELIZABETH QUINN ANNA S. RAILEY FRANCES RAMSEY ELIZABETH RANDLE ROSALIE RAPPOPORT 

NORTHAMPTON, MASS. DURHAM COMO STATESVILLE KINGS MOUNTAIN PATERSON, N. J. 



JANE RASH NOLA REED HELEN REYNOLDS BESSIE RHODES ELIZABETH RICE E. E. RICHARDSON 

LACROSSE, VA . WINSTON -SALEM RALEIGH NORTH WILKESBORO CANDLER LAKEVIEW 



HELEN RICHARDSON SARAH RICHARDSON MARY L. RIDDICK NELL RIDDICK KATHERINE RIMMER VIRGINIA RITTER 

TROY MINERAL SPRINGS SCOTLAND NECK GATESVILLE STATESVILLE SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. 



One Hundred fourteen 




MARY IRMA RIVES EMELINE ROBERSON GERALDINE ROGERS ANNIE LEA ROSE JOYCE ROUSE RUTH RUSSELL 

GOLDSTON ROBERSONVILLE ALBEMARLE SHELBY FAIRMONT BRYSON CITY 



KATHLYN SALTMAN AGNES SANFOPD SOPHIE SCHAEFER MADELYN SCHULTZ HELENE SCHUSTER CORA LEE SCOTT 
BRIDGEPORT, CONN MOCKSVILLE WESTFIELD, N. J. TREMONT, PENNA GREENSBORO GREENSBORO 



S. FRANCES SEAWELL CARRIE E. SHARPE ADELL SHERARD LENA SHERMER ELIZABETH SHERRIL CHARLOTTE SHOAF 

ROCKINGHAM REIDSVILLE GOLDSBORO WINSTON-SALEM SHERRIL'S FORD LEXINGTON 



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One Hundred Fifteen 




ANNE SHOOK MARY ALICE SIDES EMILY SILER MARY B. SIMMONS MARY S SIMMONS ADELE SIMPSON 

TARBORO STATESVILLE WAYNESVILLE YADKINVILLE PILOT MOUNTAIN ASHEVILLE 



ALICE SIRCOM PRATHER SISK H ELOISE SMITH ERMA SMITH EVELYN SMITH MAMIE G. SMITH 

BRONXVILLE, N. Y. FAYETTEVILLE GREENSBORO RALEIGH OLD GREENWICH, CONN. KINSTON 



MARGARET I. SMITH THERESA SNOW M. SNOWDEN KATHLEEN SOLES MARY L. SPRATT MARY J. SPRUILL 

WAKE FOREST KERNERSVILLE WASHINGTON, D. C. WHITEVILLE CHARLOTTE WINDSOR 



One Hundred Sixteen 




VIRGINIA SPRUILL C STANTON 

PLYMOUTH WILMINGTON 



MAUDE STATON VIRGINIA STERLING ALTHA STEVENS EVELYN STEVENSON 
HENDERSONVILLE CHARLOTTE BALTIMORE, MD BENNETTSVILLE, S. C. 



ANITA STRAUSS T. STRINGFIELD ALICE SUITER 

HILLSDALE, N. Y. WAYNESVILLE GREENSBORO 



EDNA SUITT RUTH SUMMERS ELIZABETH SUTTON 

HILLSBORO GREENSBORO BORDENTOWN, N. J. 



M SWANSON PEARL L SYKES REBECCA TALLEY MARGARET TAYLOR ELEANOR THOMAS ELISE THOMPSON 

BROCKTON, MASS. GREENSBORO LEWISTON TOWNSVILLE CHADBOURN CHADBOURN 



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One Uund,ed Seventeen 




J.THORNTON ANNE TILLINGHAST NELLIE TINGLE MARGARET TOL ER JENNIE TOMLIN D. TOMLINSON 

DUNN FAYETTEVILLE ASHEVILLE ROCKY MOUNT GASTONIA WILSON 



H. TOMLINSON M TORRENCE 

WILSON CHARLOTTE 



EDITH TURNER MARY ANNE TURNER BESS TWITTY ALMA USHER 

ASBURYPARK, N. J. WAYNESVILLE GREENSBORO NEWTON GROVE 



CARRIE WALKER CHRISTINE WARREN F. WARREN 

BURLINGTON COLLETTSVILLE SPARTA 



C. WASHINGTON MARY ALICE WEEKS RUTH WEINGER 
STEM RALEIGH PEEKSKILL, N. Y. 



One Hundred Eighteen 




ELIZABETH WHITE EMILY WHITE GENEVIEVE WHITE ETHEL WHITLEY HELEN WHITLEY KATHRYN WHITLEY 

DURHAM GREENSBORO BROOKLYN, N. Y. MARSHVILLE ENFIELD ENFIELD 



MARY WIGGINS AUDREY WILLIAMS JEAN WILLIAMS OLIVE WILLIAMS M WILLIAMSON CHRISTINE WIMBISH 

MURFREESBORO BALDWIN, N. Y. WARRENTON BURNSVILLE KENLY GREENSBORO 



PACKYWINSLOW 
GREENSBORO 



BETTY WISE 
DURHAM 



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ELIZABETH WOLFE MINNA WOLFSON 
MONROE SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



SARAH WOODY 
BURNSVILLE 



EVELYN WUNSCH MARGARET WYATTE HELEN WYGANT 
HULL, MASS. MEBANE BALTIMORE, MD 



N WORTHINGTON KATHRYN WRENN CATHERINE WRIGHT 
WINTERVILLE SILERCITY HENDERSON 



NANCY YATES 
GREENSBORO 



MARTHA YELTON JANE ZIMMERMAN 
SPINDALE CLEMMONS 



THERESA ZIMMERMAN 
ABERDEEN 



JUNIORS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR 

ALICE BLANCHARD HELEN FORESTER LENA McFADYEN ELEANOR ROSS 

ADELAIDE BROWN IDA GIBBS CATHERINE MARTIN ARRIWONA SHOAF 

BARBARA BROWN LETTIE HAMLETT MARY OVERMAN ANNIE B SMITH 

ANNE COLE VIRGINIA HOWARD HELEN PAGE CORRINE SPINELLE 

H. CUNNINGHAM JOAN LLOYD ANNIE M. PARRISH SUE SWEENEY 



WILLIE TREXLER 
DOROTHY TYSINGER 
NANCY WALTHALL 

ELOISE WELSH 
GLENMORE WRIGHT 



One Hundred Twenty 




WE'VE GOT OUR MEN T RAINEY DODGES THE CAMERA . . . FORMAL DANCE . . . OUR COMPOSERS PAR EXCELLENCE . ONE GUY 
THAT'S STEADY . . . COTTON-ERS 

EAST LYNNE BOLLING ALWAYS SITS LIKE THIS . - EMILY SAYS HELLO TO A FAN . . . HI, BEN! . . . WHO IS WHO? . . HEY, DOWN 

THERE 
OBVIOUSLY THEY LIVE IN KIRKLAND . . YE CHIEF . . AW, I KNOW THAT ONE . . OZZIE AS USUAL . . . CURLY TOP McLEAN . 

CROCKETT-OF-COTTEN. 

MAX DIDN'T THINK THIS WAS FUN . . WORK FOR YOUR RIDES' (WHAT RIDES?) . . PROBABLY ISN'T REALLY ASLEEP ... THE 
RITES AT CAMP . . . EAST LYNN, AGAIN . . . DARDEN, ARE YOU REALLY STUDYING? . . . FAKE-ER. 

KEISTER SHOWS HOW IT'S DONE NOT ALL OF THEM HAVE CARS . . . A KIRKLAND BUNCH . . TRIO OF SENIORS— BIG . . . W.P.A 

. . . SOUTH SPENCER . . . YOU DO IT— SO! 



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One Hundred Twenty-three 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 




ELEANOR ECHOLS 



BARBARA 
WASHINGTON 

BETSEY TROTTER 

VIVIAN HIERS 

MISS SHIVERS 




"Steadfast of Purpose" MOTTO 

Blue and White COLORS 

Forget-me-not FLOWER 



OFFICERS 

ELEANOR ECHOLS President 

BARBARA WASHINGTON Vice-President 

BETSEY TROTTER Secretary 

VIVIAN HIERS Treasurer 

CAROLINE WHITE Cheer Leader 



SONG 

Steadfast of purpose we now stand, 
And ever true we'll be. 
We will forever honor, praise 
And love bestow on thee. 

Our Alma Mater, may we ne'er 
Forget the happy days spent here; 
With joyful voices we are ever 
Raising songs of cheer. 

The kindly virtues you have taught 
Shine brightly as the sun; 
We part to e'er uphold them, 
The class of '41 . 



One Hundred Twenty-jour 




ABERNETHY ADAMS 



ALEXANDER ANDERSON, M. ANDERSON, V. ANDREWS 



BEESTON 



BAISE 



BLUETHENTHAL BOET 



BOOKER 



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One Hundred Twenty-five 




BRICKHOUSE BRIDGES 



BROWN, B. 



BROWN, D. 



BURKE 



BUTLER, D. 



BUTLER, R. 



CALDWELL, A CALDWELL, M CALVERT 



CAMPBELL 



CLINE, M. 



CLODFELTER COBLER 



COOK, J. 



COOKE, F. 



COONER 



One Hundred Twenty-six 




COWLES 



COX, M. 



CRAIG 



CROUCH 



DANIEL 



DAVIS, M. 



DAVIS, V. 



DICKINSON 



DODSON 



DOUGLAS, M. DOUGLASS, E. 



ECHOLS 



EDWARDS, F. 



EDWARDS, M. EGERTON 



ELOVICH 



ESTFAN 



EVERETT 



FARNSWORTH FAUCETTE 



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One Hundred Twenty-seven 




FAULCONER FELDMAN 



FERGUSON 



FLEMING 



FONDREN FORDHAM 



FREDERICK GAMBLE 



GANDY 



GARMON 



GROSS 



GROVERMAN GROVES 



GUNN 



HAMMOND HANCOCK 



HARLESS 



HARRELSON, M. HARRELSON, R. HARRIS, A 



HARRIS, MARTHA HARRIS, MILDRED 



One Hundred Twenly-eighl 




HARRIS, S. 



HATCH 



HIGGINS, B. 



HIGGINS, R. 



HODGES 



HOPKINS 



HOWARD 



JESSUP 



JOHNSON, B. JOHNSON, D. 



HUNTER, S. 



JACKSON, E. 



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MENDENHALL MERCER 



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WILLIAMS, J. 


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WILLIAMS, S. 


WILLIS, C. 


WILLIS, R. 


WILSON, C. 


WILSON, R. 


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FRESHMAN CLASS 




ABERNETHY, FRANCES 
A I MAR, BARBARA 
ALEXANDER, FRANCES 
ALLEN, CHRISTINE 
ALLEN, NEITA 
ALLEY, ELSIE 
ANDERSON, SARA 
ANDREOTTO, ANGELINE 
ANDREWS, DORIS 
ANDREWS, MARY BERNICE 
APPLE, FLORENCE 
ARDELL, FRANCES 
AREY, ALICE 
ARMSTRONG JEANNE 
ARNEY, MABEL 
BAILEY, ANNIE BROOKS 
BAILEY, MARIE 
BAITY, SARAH 
BAKER, MARGARET 
B ALLOW, JULIA 
BANGLE, CATHERINE 
BARBER, BETTY 
BAREFOOT, NELL 
BARINEAU, SADIE 
BARKELEW, MARILYN 
BARKER, MARGARET 
BARNES, F ELIZABETH 
BARNES, FA YE 
BARNHILL, HALLIE 
BARRETT, JULIA 
BARROW RUBY 
BARTLETT, ELAINE 
BEASLEY, FLEATA 
BEASON, LOUISE 
BECK, EDITH 
BEESTON, MAXINE 
BELK, AILEEN 
BELL, GEORGIA 
BELL. REBECCA 
BELLAMY, FRANCES 
BENBOW, MARJORIE 
BENNETT. ESTHER 
BENSON, HANNAH 



BERBERT, JEAN 
BERRY, BLANCHE 
BERTRAM, JEAN 
BETTS, HELEN 
BILODEAU, LORAINE 
BISSELL, FRANCES 
BLACKMAN, RUTH 
BLANTON, MARY LYLLYAN 
BLAUVELT, ELIZABETH 
BLUMENTHAL, DOROTHY 
BOIZELLE, MARIE 
BOWEN, ESTLINA 
BOYD, CAROL 
BREEDIN, EDITH 
BREEDEN, MARY 
BRIGHT, RUTH 
BROWN, GRACE 
BROWN, LAURA 
BROWN, LENA 
BROWNE, HOPE 
BRUNT, JESSIE 
BRYANT, HAZEL 
BRYANT, MARJORIE 
BRYSON. WYLMA 
BULLARD, BERTHA 
BULLARD, MARION 
BUNN, LOUISE 
BURROUGHS, ELIZABETH 
BUSH, DELL 
BUTLER. RUTH 
BYERLY, EMMA 
CAMERON, MARGARET 
CAMPBELL, JEAN 
CAMPBELL, LUCILLE 
CAMPBELL, MARGARET 
CAPPS. DARLINE 
CARNES, LOIS 
CARR ELAINE 
CARTER. MARGARET 
CAVENESS. EDNA 
CHESSON, MARIE 
CHILDS. JUNE 
CHILDS. DEBORAH 



CHRONISTER, MILDRED 
CLANNY, BARBARA 
CLAPP, ESTHER 
CLARK, ANN IE RUTH 
CLARK, FRANCANNA 
CLAYWELL, FRANCES 
COAN, KATHERINE 
COCHRANE, MARY LUCILLE 
COCKERHAM, FRANCES 
COCKFIELD, MARVEIGN 
COLEMAN, MARTHA 
CONKLIN, MARJORIE 
CONYERS, ALICE 
COOK, ELIZABETH C. 
COOKE, ELIZABETH M. 
COOKE, MARGARET 
COOPER, DOROTHY 
COPLEY, NANCY 
CORWIN, ZABELLE 
COX, MARY FRANCES 
COX, NOEL IE 
COYLE, FLORA 
CRAIG, MURIEL 
CRAWFORD, PRISCILLA 
CREECH, POLLY 
CROOM. NORMA 
CRUMPTON, NELL 
CRUTCHFIELD, CHRISTINE 
CURLEE, LOUISE 
CURRIN, BETSY 
DARK. MAXINE 
DARVIN, LUCILE 
DAVIS, DOROTHY G 
DAVIS, JULIA 
DAVIS, LUCILLE 
DeBOE, MARY KATHERINE 
DELBRIDGE, DOROTHY 
DELLINGER, GLADYS 
DEWEY, JEAN 
DICKENS. LOUISE 
DILLINGHAM, FRANCES 
DIXON, ALMA 
DIXON, MARTHA 



DOBBINS, ANNE 
DONNELLY, DOROTHY 
DOWNEY, PRISCILLA 
DUCKWORTH, MAE 
DUDLEY, RUTH 
duFOUR, ELIZABETH 
DULIN, JEAN 
DUNLAP, ROBERTA 
DUNN, DOROTHY 
DUNN, MARY 
DUNN, ROSE 
DUPUY, NANCY 
EARLY, EMILY 
EDENS, HELEN 
EDMONDSON, CORNELIA 
EDMUNDS, ISABEL 
EDWARDS, MARJORIE 
EDWARDS, MOLLIE 
EFIRD, GLADYS 
ELKINS, BILLIE 
ELLIOT, ANN 
EMMONS, JEAN 
ENSLEY, CLARICE 
EPPES, MARY 
EVANS, ELVA 
EVANS, NELLIE 
EVERETT, ALMA 
EVERETT, DOROTHY 
FATER, ELLAINE 
FERGUSON. NANCY 
FIKE, EVELYN 
FELMING, JEAN 
FLOYD, VISTA 
FOGELMAN, ARABELLA 
FOLGER, LULA 
FORBES, NELL 
FORSTER, CLARA 
FORSYTH E, REBECCA 
FOUST. DOROTHY 
FRANCIS, ELIZABETH 
FRANCK, GRACE 
FRANK, CAROLYN 
FRAZIER, HAZEL 



FREDERICK, RUTH 
FULK, REBECCA 
FURQUERON, FRANCES 
FUTCH, DORIS 
GAINEY, SARAH 
GARDNER, ELIZABETH 
GATLING, CAROLYN 
GATTIS, MARTHA 
GILLIKEN, SYBIL 
GODBOLD, MARY 
GOFORTH, MARY ELIZABETH 
GOLDMAN, BEATRICE 
GOOD, MARY JANE 
GOODE, VIRGINIA 
GRANT, MARY EMMA 
GRANTHAM, JEAN 
GRAVELY, EMILY 
GRAVES, PEGGY 
GREEN, IVALEE 
GREGSON, MARY 
GRIFFIN, DOROTHY 
GRIFFIN, JANIE 
GROSE, VERA 
GUIN, MARI BELLE 
GUION, JULIA 
GUNN, RUTH 
GURLEY, JUSTINE 
GWYN, MARY JEAN 
HACKNEY, EVELYN 
HAIGLER, CATHERINE 
HALL, CAROL 
HALL, KATHARINE 
HALL, LOUISE 
HALL, VIOLET 
HAMLIN, DORIS 
HANCOCK, ELIZABETH 
HANSON, KATHERINE 
HARDIN, JUANITA 
HARDING, JOSIE 
HARDY, MATTIE 
HARKEY, NANEARLE 
HARLESS, DOROTHY 
HARRELL, CAROLINE 



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CHARLOTTE MOSELEY 
PRESIDENT 

MARY EPPES 
VICE-PRESIDENT 

FRANCES HENNING 
SECRETARY 

POLLY SATTLER 
TREASURER 

MISS HELEN BURNS 
CLASS CHAIRMAN 



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HARRELL, EDNA 
HARRELL, ELIZABETH 
HARRELL, VIVIAN 
HARRELSON, SARAH JANE 
HARRELSON, VIRGINIA 
HARRINGTON, MARY F. 
HARRIS, BOBBIE 
HASSELL, RUTH 
HAWES, (CATHERINE 
HAYNES, MARGARET 
HEDGEPETH, LOIS 
HEFFNER, RUTH 
HEFNER, MARGARET 
HENNING, FRANCIS 
HENRY, FRANCES 
HERMAN, DORIS 
HERNDON, CLARA 
HIGDON, HELEN 
HIGGINS, RUTH 
HIGH, FRANCES 
HILDERMAN, CATHERINE 
HILL, FLORETA 
HINES,ANNIS 
HINTON, LULA 
HOBBS, ERNESTINE 
HOGUE, SUSANNE 
HOLDER, VALERIA 
HOLLIS, HILDA 
HOLLOWELL, MARGIE 
HOLMES, DORIS 
HOLMES, MARJ OR IE 
HOLOMAN, JUDITH 
HOLT, ELIZABETH 
HOLT, RUTH 
HOLTON, MARJORIE 
HOOTS, KATHLEEN 
HOPPERS, IMAJEAN 
HORTON, FAY 
HORTON, FRANCES 
HORTON, MARY 
HOUSE, ELEANOR 
HOUSER, BETTY 
HOWARD, DOROTHY 



HOWARD, JOSEPHINE 
HOWELL, DONNA 
HOWARD, ELOISE 
HOWELL, NANCY 
HOWERTON, MARJORIE 
HUDSON, ELLEN 
HUGHES, GEORGIA 
HUGHES, NELLIE 
HUNTER, SARAH JANE 
HURWITZ, EVELYN 
HUSKETHJANIE 
HYLTON, JEAN 
HYMAN, CLAIRE 
HYMAN, RUTH 
IDOL, NANCY 
ISRAEL, CHRISTINE 
JACKSON, REBECCA 
JENKINS, KATRINA 
JENNINGS, MARJORIE 
JOHNSON, AUDREY 
JOHNSON, BETTE 
JOHNSON, ELIZABETH 
JOHNSON, GUSSIE 
JOHNSON, HELEN 
JOHNSON, MARJORIE 
JOHNSON, RUTH 
JOHNSTON, SELMA 
JONES, HARRIETT 
JONES, NELLIE 
JONES, PEGGY 
JONES, RUTH 
JONES, VIRGINIA 
JOSLYN, AMY 
KARLIN, PAMELA 
KECK, ALBERTA 
KELLY, ELIZABETH 
KELLY, MARY 
KERNODLE, CASSANDRA 
KETNER, VIRGINIA 
KILBY, ADA 
KING, NANCY D. 
KIRKLAND, SARA 
KNOFSKY, BETTY 



KNOTTS, MILDRED 
KORNEGAY, DELIA 
KUHN, MARION 
LAHN, DOROTHY 
LAMB, BETTY E. 
LANE, ADA 
LAPHAM, JEAN 
LANE, LILLIAN 
LEE, FRANCES 
LEE, LUCILLE 
LeGRANDE, MERRIMON 
LEONARD, MARIE 
LEONARD, MARTHA 
LEVI NE, PEGGY 
LEVY, EILEEN 
LEWARK, MARY 
LEWIS, MARY 
LEWTER, ELSIE 
LILES, VIRGINIA 
LINDSAY, LOUISE 
LITTLE, KATHRYN 
LITTLE, MARGARET 
LLOYD, ELIZABETH 
LLOYD, JOAN 
LLOYD, MABLE 
LOLLAR, MAIDA 
LUCKETT, SHIRLEY 
LUTHER, PATTY 
LYERLY, VIRGINIA 
LYON, EUVA 
LYTTON, BETTY 
McBRYDE, CAROLYN 
McBRIDE, DOROTHY 
McCAULEY, BECKY 

mccormick, elizabeth 
Mcdonald, carey 
Mcdonald, katherine 

McDUFFI E.DOROTHY 
McGEHEE, ELOISE 
McGLAMMERY, ELIZABETH 
McKENZIE, JEANNE 

Mcknight, alice 

McKOI N.ESTHER 



McLAURI N.BARBARA 
McLEMORE, ELOISE 
McLENDON, MARGARET 
McLEOD, SARAH 
McNEELY, EMMA 
McNEILL, ELIZABETH 
McPHAIL, MARTHA 
McQUEEN, MARY K. 
MABE, JOY 
MACK IE, MARY 
MAHONEY, BETTY 
MALIN, JEANNE 
MANGUM, LYNETTE 
MANN, BEATRICE 
MANSFIELD, DOROTHY 
MARKS, EMILY 
MARRINER, MARY 
MARROW, DOROTHY 
MARSH, MAE 
MASON, CONSTANCE 
MASON, JEAN 
MATHESON, SARA 
MATLOCK, OLA 
MAYFIELD, PANTHEA 
MEDFORD, MARTHA 
MEEKINS, LEVINA 
MEIXELL.ANNA 
MELVIN, MAE 
MIDDLETON, MAUDE 
M I DGETTE, LOUISE 
MILLER, DOROTHY 
MILLER, PHYLLIS 
MITCHELL, BLANCHE 
MITCHELL, EVELYN 
MOHORN, SUE 
MONSON, MARY 
MOORE, MARGARET 
MOORE, MILLICENT 
MOORE, VIRGINIA 
MORGAN, HELEN FRANCES 
MORRISON, MARIAN 
MORROW, GUI LLE 
MORROW, MARTHA 



MOSELEY, CHARLOTTE 
MULCAHEY, BERNYCE 
MUNCH, MARY 
MURCHISON, SUE 
MURPHREY, GEORGINE 
MYERS, LURA 
MYERS, MARIE 
NACHAMSON, DORIS 
NEEL, ELIZABETH 
NELSON, RHODA 
NEVILLE, BARBARA 
NEWELL, ELOISE 
NEWMAN, JULIA 
NEWMAN, RUBY 
NEWSOME, FRANCES 
NICHOLS, AMER I TH 
NICHOLS, JOSEPHINE 
NOLETTE, JEANNE 
NYE, LUCILLE 
NYE, UNDINE 
O'BRIEN, NANCY 
O'CONNOR, RUTHE 
OETTINGER, ERNESTINE 
OLIVER, K. LOUISE 
O'NEAL, BETTY 
OVERMAN, IDA 
OWEN, FLORENCE 
PARDUE, MARY FRANCES 
PARHAM, ANNIE 
PARIS, CATHERINE 
PARK, BETTY 
PARKER, ANNE 
PARKER, MADELINE 
PARKER, SELENE 
PARKIN, ANNE 
PATTERSON, VIRGINIA 
PAYNE, MARY 
PEARCE, ANNE 
PEARCE, ELEANOR 
PEA Y, PAULINE 
PEELE, MARY 
PETERSON, JEANNE 
PETERSON, DOROTHY 



One Hundred forty 



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CLASS 




PHARR, EARLYN 
PHILLIPS, HELEN 
PICKARD, JANICE 
PICKARD, MARGARET 
PILLEY, MARY 
PITTMAN,SARAH 
PITTS, MARY 
PLEASANT, ALMETA 
PLEASANT, MILDRED 
PLUMMER, PEGGY 
POE, FANNIE 
POOLE, CAROLYN 
PORTER, NORMA 
POTTS, CAROLYN 
POTTS, MARGARET 
PRICE, EUPHA 
PRICE, RUTH 
PRITCHARD, RUBY 
PRITCHETT, POLLY 
QU INN, MARGARET 
RAINES, LOUISE 
RAINS, REBECCA 
RAMSAUR, MARGARET 
RAMSEY, M. FRANCES 
RANKIN, DOROTHY 
RANKIN, MARGARET 
RASBERRY, MARY 
RAY, MARY L. 
REECE, DAPHNE 
REGAN, KATIE 
REILLEY, MARIE 
REINHARDT, ELIZABETH 
RENEGAR, HILDA 
REPHAN, FAY 
REVELLE, ANN 
REYNOLDS, BETTY 
REYNOLDS, SUE 
RHYNE, RUTH 



RIDEN,JEAN 
RIGGS, MARY 
RIGGSBEE, MEREDITH 
ROBB INS, DORIS 
ROBBS, EMMA JANE 
ROBERTS, THEO 
ROBERSON, LOUISE 
ROBINETTE, DOROTHY 
ROBINSON, MARJORIE 
ROBINSON, RACHAEL 
ROGERS, AGNES 
ROGERS, BETTY 
ROGERS, CONSTANCE 
ROGERS, N.GERALDINE 
ROOK, LUCILLE 
ROSE, ALLENE 
ROSENMAN, CLARICE 
ROUNDY, BLANCHE 
ROUSE, DORIS 
RUDISILL, HELEN 
RUSH, JANE 
RUSSELL, BETSY A. 
RUTHERFORD, EDYTHE 
RYAN, ELIZABETH 
SADLER, MARY 
SARGENT, ELIZABETH 
SATTLER, PAULINE 
SAWYER, MARIAN 
SCHULKEN, LUCY 
SCHWARTZ, ELSIE 
SCOTT, MARY ANN 
SCOTT, MARY KERR 
SEAGLE, SUSAN 
SHARPE, DORIS 
SHARPE, ELIZABETH G. 
SHEILD, ELLEN 
SHOLAR, PEGGY 



III 



SILER, DORIS 
SIMMONS, IRENE 
SIMMONS, MILDRED 
SIMPSON, JOSEPHINE 
SLEDGE, VIRGINIA 
SLOCUM, ELIZABETH 
SMITH, ELOISED. 
SMITH, ERNESTINE 
SMITH, FRANCES ELIZABETH 
SMITH, FRANCES EVELYN 
SMITH, GLADYS 
SMITH, JEAN 
SMITH, MARIETTA 
SMITH, MARY A. 
SMITH, SALLIE 
SMITH, VIRGINIA 
SMITHY, ROWENA 
SOUTHERLAND, ELEANOR 
SOUTHERLAND, ELLEN 
SPARROW, LOUISE 
SPEROS, CATHERINE 
STALLINGS, JANE 
STANFORD, LYDIA 
STEAGALL, MARTHA 
STEDMAN, GLADYS 
STEM, MARY 
STERLING, VIRGINIA 
STERN, HILDA 
STEVENSON, BETTY NELL 
STEWART, JESSIE 
STEWART, JOSEPHINE 
STOCKARD, NANCY 
STRATTON, HENRIETTA 
STRICKLAND, RUTH 
STRINGFIELD, LOIS 
STROUD, GERALDINE 
SUGG, CATHERINE 



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SULLIVAN, MARJORIE 
SWAIN, MARY 
SWEET, MARY ELIZABETH 
SWINSON, JANE 
TALLEY, FRANCES 
TALLEY, LUCIA 
TALLEY, NAOMI 
TANNER, MARY 
TATE, MABEL 
TAYLOR, ELOISE 
TAYLOR, FRANCES 
TAYLOR, MARGARET BUNN 
TAYLOR, MARY ROSE 
TEMPLETON, FRANCES 
TERRY, BARBARA 
THOMAS, LUC I LE 
THOMASSON, JEAN 
THOMASSON, REBECCA 
THOMPSON, GERTRUDE 
THOMPSON, MARY FRANCES 
THOMPSON, MARY WH ITE 
TILLETT, GLADYS 
TIPPETT, INEZ 
TOMLINSON, MARY 
TOOLY, SIDNEY 
TOON, MARY 
TRIPLETT, ETTA 
TRIPP, FLORENCE 
TUCKER, MARGARET 
TUCKER, NELL 
TUCKER, NELSON 
TURNER, SALLY ANN 
TURRENTINE, ANNE 
TUTTLE, RUTH 
UMSTEAD, SARAH 
VAN HOY, MARGARET 
VAN STORY, VIOLET 
WADE, ELIZABETH 
WADSWORTH, EMMY 
WAGGONER, SARA 
WALKER, BETTY 
WALL, BILLIE 
WALL, MARION 



WALLACE, MARGARET 
WALLER, DORIS 
WALSER, JACKSIE 
WALTERS, GRACE 
WARREN, (CATHERINE 
WARREN, MARY 
WARREN, SARA 
WASHBURN, ESTELLE 
WATSON, PENN IE 
WEAVER, MARVELLE 
WEBB, CATHERINE 
WEBSTER, REBECCA 
WELBORNJEAN 
WElLS, MARIE 
WESKETT, MARGARET 
WHALIN, FRANCES 
WHALIN, JANE 
WHEELER, LELIA 
WHITE, BETTY 
WHITE, JOSEPHINE 
WHITE, ORMOND 
WHITESIDES, DORIS 
WHITLEY, EUNICE 
WHITLOCK, HELEN 
WIBLE, WILBURTA 
WILLIAMS, FANNY 
WILLIAMS, GENEVA 
WILLIAMSON, MIRIAM 
WILLIS, RACHEL 
WILSON, ALICE 
WILSON, MILDRED 
WILSON, REBECCA 
WILSON, ROSE 
WINBORNE, ELOISE 
WINSTEAD, SARA 
WOLFE, RUTH 
WOODLIEF, MARY ELLEN 
WOOLARD, BLANCHE 
WRIGHT, LENA 
WYCHE, BARBARA 
WYLIE, ALLISON 
ZIMMERMAN, ROBERTA 



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0«f Hundred Forty-two 




One Hundred Forty-three 



COMMERCIAL CLASS 




ANDREWS, NANNIE BETTE 
A5HBY, HAZEL RUTH 
BADDOUR, MARY MARGARET 
BALDWIN, JANE ELLEN 
BALL, MARJORIE 
BARKER, MARJORIE 
BARLOW, CHLOE 
BARNES, ELIZABETH DEXTER 
BARNHILL, ELVA GRACE 
BOWMAN, MARY ALICE 
BRANDON, VIRGINIA 
BROOKS, BETTY LOU 
BRUMMITT, HANNAH 
BRYAN, DELLA MAUDE 
CALHOUN, FRANCES 
CARDWELL, VIRGINIA 
CARTER, JOSEPHINE 
CHANDLER, ANNA 
CHISHOLM, MARY BELLE 
CLARK, MYRA CORINNE 
CLEMENT, VIRGINIA 
CLODFELTER, OLIVIA 
CLOER, NELLE 
CONNER, JEAN EVELYN 
COOKE, VIRGINIA 
COORE, HAZEL 
COPLON, ISABELLE 
COUCH, ELIZABETH 
COUGHENOUR, FRANCES ELLEN 



CRAWFORD, RUTH 
DAUGHTRIDGE, MARY FRANCES 
DENNY, CATHERINE ANN 
DICK, ETHEL MOZELLE 
DIGGS, FRANCES WARD 
DIXON, JULIA 
EAKES, WILLIE PALMER 
EDWARDS, HORTENSE 
EWING, HELEN 
ESKRIDGE, MARTHA 
FLEMING, ELIZABETH 
FLOURNOY, ELIZABETH 
GODWIN, KATHRYN 
GOELLER, (LORENA) JEAN 
GORRELL. MARY TURNER (MRS ) 
GREEN, GRACE 
GURNEAU, HAZEL 
HANDY, HAZEL 
HANNON, BETTY RACHEL 
HARBISON, NANCY 
HARRELL RUTH WOOD 
HARRISON, SARA 
HI ATT, MABEL 
HINES, REBECCA SYBIL 
HODGIN, JANE FAYE 
HOLLAND, NORMA STOKES 
ISAACSON, ELISE 
JAMES, VIRGINIA 
JONES, ELEANOR LORENE 



kellam, elsie mae 
kelly, evelyn 
kenyon, billie 
kizer, maxine elizabeth 
koonce, elizabeth 
koury, yvonne theresa 
lamb, bettie ann 
lamb, ruth 
laney, eleanor 
lagley, undine 
lea, pauline 
leiner, betty 
leyton leah miriam 
liles, edith bowman 
lineberger, sarah 
liner, barbara lee 
lloyd, mary 
lomax, martha 
love, mauri ne 
lynch, margaret 
Mcdonald, anna rea 

McLAMB, LOUISE 
McNAIRY, SARA 

McNeill, eleanor 

McRAE, DOROTHY 
MIDDLETON, HILDA BELLE 
OSBORN, INEZ 
OWEN, IRIS JUANITA 
PARKER, DOROTHY 



PARISH, NANCY LOUISE 
PARTRIDGE, FLORENCE 
PATLA, SYLVIA 
PAYNE, MARGARET 
PEARCE, MARIE 
PERKINS, ELEANOR VIRGINIA 
PIERCE, EDITH EVELYN 
PIPKIN, NANCY RUTH 
POWELL, MARY ELIZA 
PRITCHETT, THEDA NEWELL 
RATLIFF, ANNA FRANCES 
REID, (ETHEL) DOROTHY 
RIDDICK HARRIET LANE 
RILEY, DOROTHY 
ROBINSON, JEAN 
ROBINSON, MARY BARRY 
ROUECHE, RUTH 
ROUTH, LUCILLE 
SEWELL, MIRIAM 
SELL, MARY BRINKMAN 
SHELTON, SARA LEE 
SHEPPARD, MARY 
SHIPMAN, MARTHA FRANCES 
SIMS, MARY ELIZABETH 
SMITH, BARBARA 
SMITH, ELIZABETH 
SMITH, IRIS LOUISE 
SOLOMON, MIRIAM 
SPARROW, VIRGINIA DARE 



STEVENS, RUTH ELIZABETH 
STEWART, ETHEL 
SUTTON, LENORA 
SWORD, SARA ELIZABETH 
SYKES, JANE 
TALTON, DORIS 
TAYLOR, GLADYS 
THOMAS, CHARLOTTE HOM[ 
THRIFT, VIRGINIA 
TILLEY, EMILY 
TILSON, LUCILLE 
TRENT, PAULINE, FRANCES 
TURLINGTON, MARY LOVE 
WALDRON, BETTY 
WALKER, MARY 
WALSER, MARGIE WILSON 
WALSTON, CATHERINE 
WARREN, ANNIE ELIZABETH 
WARREN, CHARLOTTE 
WAYNICK, MARY ELIZABETI 
WESTBROOK, ELEANOR HALI 
WESTMORELAND, MARY E. 
WHITE, MIRIAM MORGAN 
WHITLEY, EDNA 
WILLIAMS, F. ELIZABETH 
WIMBERLY, NANCY NEIL 
WINFIELD, ELIZABETH KELL 
WINSTEAD, GERTRUDE 
WORRELL, MARGUERITE 



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COMMERCIAL CLASS OFFICERS 




ISABELLECOPLON 



CHARLOTTE EMILY TILLEY 

WARREN 



MR. JOYCE 



ISABELLE COPLON 

PRESIDENT 

CHARLOTTE WARREN 
VICE-PRESIDENT 

EMILY TILLEY 
SECRETARY-TREASURER 

MR. GEORGE JOYCE 
DIRECTOR 



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FORMAL DANCE LEADERS 



The Commercial class, which has as its purpose the thorough preparation of girls 
for secretarial work through basic training in typing, shorthand, office machines, 
filing, and personality, has been a vital part of the college community since the found- 
ing of the school. This year's group of one hundred and forty-seven North Carolina 
girls has been the first Commercial class to have a constitution which sets forth the 
rules of election of officers, the duties of these officers, and various laws governing 
the class. Each year the members of the Department contribute to the needs of the 
campus by editing, publishing, and distributing the invaluable Student Directory. 

The girls of the Commercial Department are becoming each year more and 
more an integral part of the campus life. Like other classes they elect a represent- 
ative to the Legislature; they have a formal class dance; and they are members of 
and contribute to many of the clubs and organizations of the campus. 





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TYPING CLASS 



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CANT FOOL US — THEY'RE STILL PAJAMAS 1 
TOUGHNESS WILL OUT. 
HEY — JUST A MINUTE! 
THEY SHOULD BE STUDYING. 



COME, DEAR — DON'T YOU KNOW MOTHER? 

DON'T BELIEVE IT. 

WELL, HERE WE ARE 

COME UP AND SEE US SOMETIME? 



W C. STOPS THE TRAFFIC ON WALKER 

IT'S THE SAME ONE — THAT'S ALL THE SNOW 
THERE WAS 

HOW TO GET A THRILL, GIRLS. 

SILHOUETTES: AND WE NEED ANOTHER 
PROFILE, PLEASE 



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democracu ,tlie rule of the people. 
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A view of the Reception Hall in Alumnae House 

THE ALUMNAE AND FORMER STUDENTS ASSOCIATION, Inc. 

The Fifth Alumnae Seminar was held on March 4 ana 1 5 in Alumnae House. The subject this 
year was Southern Writers, and the "faculty" was composed of Southern writers: 
PAUL GREEN, playwright and novelist 
STARK YOUNG, dramatic critic and novelist 
CAROLINE GORDON, novelist and short story writer 
ALLEN TATE, poet, literary critic, biographer, novelist 
DR. B. B. KENDRICK, history 
The last three are members of the Woman's College faculty. 

The Seminars were inaugurated several years ago to give the alumnae an opportunity to come 
back to their college for a brief period of intellectual stimulation. "It is the business of our College 
not merely to educate us, but to keep us educated." 

OFFICERS 

MRS HENRY D. HOLOMAN (VAUGHN WHITE) President 

MRS KENNETH GREENFIELD (ANNIE LEE STAFFORD) ... .Vice-President 

LAURA H COIT Honorary President 

CLARA B BYRD General Secretary 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES: 
MRS R. MURPHY WILLIAMS (LILLIE BONEY) 
MRS GURNEY P HOOD (MARION STEVENS) 
MRS. C. E STEVENS (CARRIE TABOR) 
LILLIAN MASSEY 

MRS RICHARD HOGUE (CAROLINE GOFORTH) 
MRS C A STREET (JULIA LILLY MONTGOMERY) 
MRS. LUTHER HODGES (MARTHA BLAKENEY) 
DR MARY POTEAT 
MRS. G. H. MAY (EOLINE EVERETT) 



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SOCIETIES 

All Students of the college are 
members of one of the four so- 
cieties, Adelphian, Aletheian, Cor- 
nelian, and Dikean, which are 
entirely social in nature. These 
organizations offer many oppor- 
tunities for friendship and social 
experience. Informal teas, 
dances, parties, Sunday After- 
noon open houses, Sports' Day, 
and a formal dance each fall are 
some of the interesting events of 
the year. 



ALICE MURDOCH Chief Marshal 




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WILHELMINAEFIRD 



LOUISE DARDEN 





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ELLA THOMAS HOBBS BARBARA WASHINGTON JANET MURPHY NELL STURKEY MURIEL QUA 

OFFICERS 

JEANNE CAREY President 

ELLA THOMAS HOBBS Vice-President 

BARBARA WASHINGTON Recording Secretary 

JANET MURPHY Treasurer 

NELL STURKEY Corresponding Secretary 

MURIEL QUA Inter-Society Representative 



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VIRGINIA HUNTER 



MIRIAM GAULT 



MARJORIE PYE 



ADELPHIAN SOCIETY 



JEANNE CAREY 
PRESIDENT 




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CARROLL STOKER 



BEVERLY ANNE SHARPE 




MARY KING MALLONEE DOROTHY BELL 




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ANNE BOYETTE ELICIACAROON MARY ELIZABETH 

TAYLOR 

OFFICERS 

RACHAEL DRAUGHON President 

MARY KING MALLONEE Vice-President 

DOROTHY BELL Recording Secretary 

ANNE BOYETTE Corresponding Secretary 

ELICIA CAROON Treasurer 

MARY ELIZABETH TAYLOR Inter-Society Representative 



One Hundred Fifty-jour 




SOPHIE SCHAEFER 



GRACE MEWBORN 



MAMIE GRACE SMITH 



ALETHEIAN SOCIETY 



RACHAEL DRAUGHON 
PRESIDENT 




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MARGARET HILL 

r 

MARY ELIZABETH PURVIS GRACE HARDING ALICE SUITER 

OFFICERS 

GRACE SHARPE President 

MARY ELIZABETH PURVIS Vice-President 

ANNE HIERS Secretary 

GRACE HARDING Treasurer 

ALICE SUITER Inter-Society Representative 




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ELEANOR KERCHNER 



BETSY MYERS 



CORNELIAN SOCIETY 



GRACE SHARPE 
PRESIDENT 




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MARTHA ADAMS 



LOUISE CROWELL 




DOROTHY ROSSELAND ELEANOR BELL 



VIVIAN HIERS LUCILLE BETHEA 



HELEN BOOK 



OFFICERS 

JULIA BRIGHT GODWIN President 

DOROTHY ROSSELAND Vice-President 

ELEANOR BELL Recording Secretary 

VIVIAN HIERS Corresponding Secretary 

LUCILLE BETHEA Treasurer 

HELEN BOOK Inter-Society Representative 



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ELAINE MEYERS 



MARTHA ELEANOR FLOYD 



HANNAH HUSKE 



DIKEAN SOCIETY 



JULIA BRIGHT GODWIN 
PRESIDENT 




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EDITORIAL STAFF 

HELEN DENNIS Editor-in-Chief 

FRANCES CROCKETT Business Manager 

LOIS GUYER, MAY CROOKES Assistant Editors 

HILDA BRADY Art Editor 

MARGARET BLACK, JANE HERRING, BETSEY TROTTER, 
EDITH RUDD Art Staff 

MARY ELIZABETH PURVIS, ALMA ORMOND 

Literary Editors 

DORIS ADAMS Photography Editor 

LAURA SILBIGER, LUCILLE BROOKS, BETSY SANDERS, 

JEAN CHURCH Class Editors 

MINNIE LOU PARKER Organization Editor 

HELEN BOLLING, NELL STURKEY Athletic Editors 

ANN PERSON, HELEN PLAYER, ISABELLE PALMER, ELIZA 
DICKINSON, EDITHA MORRIS, RUBYLEIGH DAVIS 

Assistants 

MARTHA LEE MARTIN, SOPHIE SCHAEFER, MARGARET 
TOLAR, OLIVE BRIGGS, MARY JO CURRY Typists 

MISS VERA LARGENT, MISS CHARLOTTE KOHLER, MR. 
GREGORY D. IVY Faculty Advisers 




HELEN DENNIS 
EDITOR 



PINE 




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BUSINESS STAFF 

Advertising Manager DOROTHY BARTLETT 

Circulation Manager EFFIE PICKERELL 

Publicity Manager JOAN BLUETHENTHAL 

ASSISTANTS: Mary Cecile Higgins, Ruth Palmer, Mary 
Zimmerman, Barbara Moon, Ellen Cheek, Adelaide Love, 
Florence Calvert, Margaret McLendon, Mary Peele, Kath- 
leen Barber. 

The 1939 PINE NEEDLES represents a year of concen- 
trated work on the part of the staff and its advisers to give 
a kaleidoscopic view of campus activities. In the new feature, 
STUDENT LIFE, the yearbook presents scenes from the aca- 
demic and social program which are the nuclei of Woman's 
College living. 




FRANCES CROCKETT 
BUSINESS MANAGER 



NEEDLES 




One Hundred Sixty-one 



THE CAROLINIAN 

MAXINE GARNER Editor-in-Chief 

EMILY STANTON Business Manager 

GRACE EVELYN LOVING, NATALIE KRUG. . . .News Editors 

THE CAROLINIAN, the student newspaper, appears each Friday 
afternoon of the college year except during the weeks of examination 
and vacation The Editor-in-Chief is elected by the entire student body 
from the incoming senior class in the spring of each year to serve from 
that May until the May of her graduation year A Business Manager ap- 
pointed by the editor heads the staff which is in complete charge of 
the advertising and financial department of the publication. 

In its editorial, campus opinion, feature, and news columns THF 
CAROLINIAN has one purpose — to develop a more nearly perfect com- 
munity among the students and facu'ty members of the Woman's College 
of the University of North Carolina. 

EDITORS — Edna Cartwright, Nancy Brewster, Edna Mae Groves, Anna 
Catherine Owens, Sophia Taplin, Editha Morris, and Dorothy Koleman. 

EDITORIAL BOARD— Dorothy Truitt, Celia Durham, Muriel Qua, Mildred 
Haugh, Wiima Levine, Jane Dupuy, and Jeanne Carey 

REWRITE EDITOR: Elizabeth Phillips. MAKE-UP EDITOR: Doris Leach. 
ART EDITOR: Mary Cochrane. PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR: Doris Adams 
SPORTS EDITORS: Nell Sturkey. Helen Boiling. BOOK REVIEW EDITOR: 
Margaret Coit. SOCIAL EDITOR: Anne Tillinghast. CIRCULATION MAN- 
AGERS: Lois Guyer, Rebecca Woosley, Carol Newby. 

Faculty Adviser MR. J. ARTHUR DUNN 




MAXINE GARNER 
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 



THE CAI 




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EMILY STANTON 
BUSINESS MANAGER 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Advertising Manager NANCY YATES 

Emily Harris, Pearl L. Sykes, Mary Jo Curry, Barbara 
Moon, Mary Zimmerman, Minnie Lou Parker, Helen Reynolds, 
and Marion White Fisher. 

REPORTORIAL STAFF 

Caroline Lewis, Elinor Henderson, Muriel Coykendall, 
Arriwona Shoaf, Jane Gillett, Marjorie Silbiger, Lucile Darvin, 
Edna Levine, Marjorie Conklin, Luella Burden, Betsy Smith, 
Nell Forbes, Julia Barrett, Frances Ramsey, Jane Johnston, 
Nancy Idol, Martha Register, Florence Tripp, Shirley Pilfer, 
Betty Brookshire, Peggy Dean, Evelyn Swaringen, Eunice King, 
Katherine Thomason, Beatrice Hayman, Lynette Moss, Jose- 
phine Kellogg, Frances Newsome, Jean Kinsey, Charlotte 
Moseley, Margaret Van Hoy, and Jane Parker. 



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ELIZABETH BROWN 
EDITOR 



C O R A D D I 

ELIZABETH BROWN Editor-in-Chief 

EDNA EARLE BOSTICK Business Manager 

JANE HERRING Art Editor 



FormeHy the societies, organized for literary purposes, 
originated the idea of a campus literary magazine, and gave 
it the name it still bears, CORADDI (CORnelian, ADelphian, 
Dlkean). Recently the magazine has become an independent 
publication edited and managed by students with advice from 
the faculty. It offers to any person of artistic or literary 
talent a chance for expression. 




One Hundred Sixty-jour 




EDNA EARLE BOSTICK 
BUSINESS MANAGER 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Susan Barksdale, Bettie Harward, Louette Glaser, Eleanor 
Ross, Mildred Howell, Meade Wilson, Virginia Wood, Elizabeth 
Pettigrew, Jane Gillet, Grace Evelyn Loving, Helen Albright. 

ART STAFF 

Emeline Roberson, Elizabeth Root, Caddie Walker, Mar- 
garet Kendall. 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Frances Staton, Virginia Sterling, Annis Hines, Viola Gra- 
deck. CIRCULATION MANAGER: Marjorie Pye; TYPISTS: 
Frances Ingram, Ann Huntington, Margaret Anderson. 




One Hundred Sixty-five 



CHANTECLAIR 

ROSALIE RAPPOPORT Editor-in-Chief 

WILMA LEVINE Managing Editor 

BETTY TRIMBLE Business Manager 

BEATRICE HAYMAN Assistant Business Manager 

EDITH RUDD Art Chief 

M RENE HARDRE Faculty Adviser 

EDITORIAL STAFF — Virginia Eggleston, Sylvia Estfan, Harriet Hatch, Florence Hunt, Sophia 
Taplin, Minna Wolfson, Nattie Cox, Florence Albright. 

BUSINESS STAFF— Ellaine Fater, Peggy Graves, Peggy Levine, Marjorie Pye, Maralyn Finkle- 
hoffe, Hilah Ruth Mayer. 

CHANTECLAIR, the only French newspaper in North Carolina, was begun in January, 1938, by 
Sheila Corley and Rebecca Price. It was felt that a paper of this sort would be of real value in 
stimulating enthusiasm for the language. Everyone with a reasonable amount of French is encouraged 
to submit material such as articles on customs, current events, and the arts, or original compositions. 
Other students with on interest in the business side of publication work are given an opportunity to 
exercise it here. 




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THE HANDBOOK 

CARROLL STOKER Editor-in-Chief 

MARGARET GALLOWAY Business Manager 

The Handbook, published each year for the benefit of old as well as 
new students, is, as its name implies, a handy book containing informa- 
tion concerning student government association, religious activities, 
departmental and social clubs, and athletic groups. 

To new students it gives an insight into what a well rounded life at 
Woman's College is like, and gives them information about how they 
may take part in the campus life. 



INTER-FAITH 
COUNCIL 

OFFICERS 

JANE DUPUY President 

EVELYN SHEPHERD Secretary 

The Inter-Faith Council is made up of two repre- 
sentatives from each of the eight organized de- 
nominational groups on campus together with rep- 
resentatives from the Y.W.CA. and the faculty 
Feeling that students should be free to believe as 
their consc ences dictate, the Council does not aim 
at religious uniformity. Rather, it seeks to discover 
how students of strong religious conviction can live 
together and in mutual respect work together on 
problems of common concern. The Council meets 
twice a month for fellowship and a study sponsoring 
such activities as the University Sermons and social 
service projects in the community. 




One Hundred Sixty-seven 




Y. W. C. A. ■ 

OFFICERS 

SUSANNAH THOMAS President 

JANE DUPUY Vice-President 

MILDRED HAUGH Secretary 

ALICE CALDER Treasurer 



The Young Women's Christian Association is the non-denominational religious association 
on the campus. It seeks to guide and stimulate students in developing for themselves a satisfy- 
ing life rooted in a strong Christian philosophy. Some of the highlight features of this year's 
program, all indicative of the Association's emphasis in personal and social conduct, have been 
an Institute on Men's and Women's Relations; Internationa! Weekend, a Spring Campaign for 
Far East Student Relief, Vesper services and action study, and discussion groups. The "Y" Cabi- 
net, made up of thirty-six girls outstanding in their respective fields of interest, works cooperatively 
to make religious activities a vital part of college life, and of deep significance to students par- 
ticipating in the Association's programs both today and tomorrow. 



SUSANNAH THOMAS 
PRESIDENT 




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Y. W. C. A. 



MISS WILMINA ROWLAND. 



.Director of Religious Activity 



CLUB LEADERS 
Elizabeth Falls, Lulu Hintan, Betty Lyttan, Charlotte Moseley, 
Elizabeth Patten, Muriel Qua, Ruth Rian, Edna Earle Richardson, 
Hilda Snyder, Jane Whalin. 



The Religious Activities Center, located on the ground floor of South Spencer Hall, contains 
the office of Miss Wilmina Rowland, Director of Religious Activities. It is the headquarters of 
the Inter-Faith Council and the Y.W.C.A. Students have formed the habit of dropping by the 
:enter for a meeting or social function, to read, to chat with friends, or to enjoy a quiet minute 
:lone. 

The five Freshman "Y" Clubs, which all Freshman and Commercial students may join, are 
planned to help students become adjusted to the new environment of the campus. They also serve 
to orient new students into the Association's program. This year the clubs, under the joint lead- 
ership of upperclassmen and new students, have included in their weekly programs a "How-to- 
itudy" course, discussions in personality problems and vocational opportunities, and several in- 
;ercollegiate social functions. 




MISS ROWLAND 




One Hundred Sixty-nine 




THE TOWN STUDENTS' 
ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 

DOROTHY ELKINS President 

MARY CECILE HIGGINS Vice-President 

DORIS SHAFFER Secretary-Treasurer 

MISS VIVA PLAYFOOT Faculty Adviser 

The Town Students' Association, composed of all students who do not live on the campus, 
functions in much the same way as a campus hall unit It is represented in the Legislature 
and has its own Judicial Board, which is made up of the officers and a representative from 
each class. The Town Students' room, in the Administration building, is conveniently lo- 
cated for all those who have time to come in for a chat between classes, and to keep in 
touch with the campus activities from the bulletin boards. 



HIGGINS 
PLAYFOOT 




One Hundred Seventy 




PHI BETA KAPPA 

MISS FLORENCE SCHAEFFER President 

MISS HELEN INGRAHAM Vice-President 

DR. KEY L. BARKLEY Secretary 



FLORENCE G. ALBRIGHT 
EDNA CARTWRIGHT 
SELMA JAMES DUNN 
JANE DUPUY* 
MARTHA ELEANOR FLOYD 
MILDRED MAXINE GARNER 
PHYLLIS EVELYN KEISTER 
DOROTHY MILDRED KOLMAN 



'Elected in Junior Year. 



CLASS OF 1939 
WILMA PHYLLIS LEVINE 
CAROLINE MARIE LEWIS 
CLAUDELINE LEWIS 
FRANCES ADELAIDE LOVE 
MAMIE EVELYN PATRICK 
ESTHER ANNE QUINN 
GERTRUDE A RAINEY 

ALUMNA MEMBER 
DR. LORNATHIGPEN DAVID, A. B. 1925 



DOROTHY ROSSELAND 

SOPHIA ELLEN TAPLIN 

DOROTHY TRUITT 

BETSY WHARTON 

MARGARET DOUGLAS WOODSON 

MARTHA LEE MARTIN* 

MARGARET ELLEN WYATTE ,; ' 




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PLAYLIKERS 

MR. W. RAYMOND TAYLOR Faculty Director 

LEAH SMIRNOW President 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 
ZETA CAST 



LEAH SMIRNOW 



MR. RAYMOND TAYLOR 



LEAH C SMIRNOW 
B ELIZABETH TAYLOR 
CHARLOTTE MICHLIN 

MARION ENDFIELD 

ADELE SMIRNOW 

ARLENE LITTLEFIELD 

DOROTHY FICKER 



PHYLLIS KEISTER 
CARROLL STOKER 
EMILY STANTON 

SARAH KELLER 
MARTHA JEAN EDDY 

ALICE SIRCUM 



CABINET 



B. ELIZABETH TAYLOR Vice-President 

PHYLLIS KEISTER Secretary 

PATRICIA ERWIN Business Manager 

ARLENE LITTLEFIELD Publicity Manage- 

MARION ENDFIELD Stage Manager 

ADELE SMIRNOW Electrician 

EMILY STANTON Costume Mistress 

JANE CLEGG, MARGARET IDOL Property Managers 



BARBARA MOORE, SARAH KELLAR Scenic Technicians 

MARY ELIZABETH WHITEHEAD Make-Up Chairman 

DOROTHY FICKER, CARROL STOKER Social Chairmen 

ELIZABETH HOLMES Music Director 

CHARLOTTE MICHLIN Production Secretary 

MISS MARION TATUM Instructor 

MR. WILBUR DORSETT Assistant 




One Hundred Seventh-two 



Scenes from EAST LYNNE 



SCENES FROM 

PLAYLIKERS' 
PRODUCTIONS 



SUSAN AND GOD 



TROJAN WOMEN 



PERSONAL APPEARANCE 



SPRING DANCE 




MASQUERADERS 



LEAHC SMIRNOW 
B ELIZABETH TAYLOR 
PHYLLIS KEISTER 
PATRICIA ERWIN 
ARLENELITTLEFIELD 
MARION ENDFIELD 
ADELE SMIRNOW 



EMILY STANTON 

JANECLEGG 

MARGARET IDOL 

BARBARA MOORE 

SARAH KELLER 

MARY ELIZABETH WHITEHEAD 

DOROTHY FICKER 



CARROLL STOKER 
ELIZABETH HOLMES 
CHARLOTTE MICHLIN 
DOROTHY JOHNSON 
JOHANNA BOET 
MARY MARGARET JOHNSON 
ALICE SIRCUM 



MARTHA JEAN EDDY 
LEAH CROOM 
VIRGINIA HOWARD 
ELOISE TAYLOR 



One Hundred Seventy-three 




COLLEGE CHOIR 

OFFICERS 

GERALINE YOUNG President 

FLORENCE HUNT Vice-President 

KATHRYN SALTMAN Secretary-Treasurer 

ANNIE LEA ROSE Vestment Custodian 

JOSEPHINE LOWRANCE Librarian 



GERALINE YOUNG 
PRESIDENT 




One Hundred Seventyfour 



COLLEGE BAND 

OFFICERS 

ELIZABETH HOLMES President 

FRANCES STONE Vice-President 

MEREDITH RIGGSBEE Secretary 

NELL McCALLAM Treasurer 

DORIS ADAMS Publicity Manager 

The Band, directed by Mr. George E Henry, was organized in the spring of 1936. It has the 
great distinction of being the first college band composed entirely of women in this country. The 
purpose of the band is three-fold: it offers recreation and musical enjoyment to its members; it 
contributes to the musical advancement of the entire college; it provides a working laboratory 
for instrumental public school music students. During the fall season the emphasis is on such 
traditional band activities as marching, playing for athletic events, and participation in a small 
number of worthy community projects and celebrations In the winter the Band functions as a 
concert and symphonic organization 




ELIZABETH HOLMES 
PRESIDENT 




One Hundred Seventy-jive 




GLEE CLUB 

OFFICERS 

MURIEL FAIRBANKS President 

KATHERINE MEWBORN Vice-President 

DORIS MARSHALL Secretary-Treasurer 

ANNIE LEA ROSE Publicity Chairman 

The Glee Club was organized in 1937 under the direction of Mr. Paul Oncley, head of the 
Voice Department. Its membership consists of thirty-four voice students chosen according to 
their musicianship, tone quality, and reliability. The year's work includes concerts both in and 
away from Greensboro, radio broadcasts, and an annual spring tour. 



MURIEL FAIRBANKS 

PRESIDENT 







One Hundred Seventy-six 



MADRIGAL CLUB 

OFFICERS 

ELAINE REAGAN President 

ELEANOR McCLUNG Vice-President 

JANE RASH Secretary 

CATHERINE STANTON Treasurer 



The Madrigal Club, the professional club of the Music Education Department, composed 
of upperclassmen whose ma|Or or minor is public school music, has as its purpose the delving 
into phases of music education not touched upon in classwork. The principal project of this 
year has been the cultivation of a general interest in informal singing through planning and 
conducting dormitory sings. Other activities of interest and value to prospective music edu- 
cators are carried on in weekly meetings. 




ELAINE REAGAN 




One Hundred Seventy-seven 



Vi'W^V.S 




SOCIOLOGY CLUB 

OFFICERS 

CLAUDELINE LEWIS President 

MAE ESTFAN Vice-President 

MINNIE LOU PARKER Secretary 

MARGARET WOODSON Treasurer 

ANNE TILLINGHAST 1 

Program Chairmen 

ELIZABETH COWHERD J 

ALICE MURDOCH Social Chairman 

The Sociology Club was organized this year by enthusiastic majors interested in promoting 
the study ot social problems and in encouraging a spirit of friendship and unity among its mem- 
bers This club has a varied program to meet the diversified needs of Sociology students. In its 
program it incorporates the Interracial Relations Study Group, which is a college unit of the State 
Division of Co-operation in Education and Race Relations. In addition to the interracial phase the 
club has guest speakers on subjects relating to social theory and social problems. Student parti- 
cipation is emphasized through surveys, special reports, and discussions of the case work studies. 
Occasional teas, parties, and outings round out the activities of the club. 



CLAUDELINE LEWIS 




Oat Hundred Seventy-eight 



QUILL CLUB 

OFFICERS 

BETTI E HARWARD President 

LOUETTE GLASER Secretary-Treasurer 

The Quill Club was organized in the Fall of 1920 by the literary editor of the CORADDI and 
the College Publication Committee to stimulate interest in original composition and to bring 
together the students and faculty of the College who do creative writing. An invitation to join 
the Quill Club brings with it the highest literary honor on campus. The work of the members is 
read and criticized at informal meetings, and much of this work finds its way into the CORADDI. 

MEMBERS: Maxine Garner, Elizabeth Brown, Elinor Henderson, Grace Evelyn Loving, Susan 
Barksdale, Eleanor Ross, Susannah Thomas, Ellen Meade Wilson, Katherine Holman, Mildred 
Howell, Frances Northcott, Elizabeth Phillips, Elizabeth Pettigrew, Arlene Littlefield, Virginia Wood. 

FACULTY MEMBERS: Miss Caroline Gordon, Miss Jane Summerell, Miss Nettie Sue Tillett, 
Mr. J. Arthur Dunn, Mr. A. C. Hall, Dr. Leonard B. Hurley, Dr. C. C. Jernigan, Mr. James Painter, 
Mr. Allen Tate. 




BETTIE HARWARD 




One Hundred Seventy-nint 




PHYLLIS KEISTER 



CHEMISTRY CLUB 

OFFICERS 

PHYLLIS KEISTER President 

JEANNETTE PIATT Vice-President 

ELIZABETH PATTEN Secretary 

MARJORIE SWANSON Treasurer 

The Chemistry Club plays a vital part on the college campus by bringing together informally 
students and faculty of similar interests. Through movies, lectures, and discussions, the club mem- 
bers keep up with recent developments in the field of chemistry. Each spring the club has a Fair 
consisting of informative demonstrations, exhibits, and experiments open to all people interested 
in furthering their own knowledge of chemistry and its application in industry. 




One UinidrcJ EirIu) 



PHYSICS CLUB 

OFFICERS 

NANNIE LEE WORTHINGTON President 

CATHERINE BRABBLE Vice-President 

MARY IRMA RIVES Secretary-Treasurer 

ELEANOR BUNDY Historian 

The Physics Club is composed of a group of about twenty-five students, who have done good 
work in physics, and of interested faculty members. This club meets informally bi-monthly to 
hear informative talks by club members and outside speakers, and to see instructional movies 
The policy of the club has been to encourage individual projects of practical significance in order 
that the activities of the organization may be best adapted to each girl's interests. 




NANNIE LEE WORTHINGTON 




One Hundred Eighty-one 







MURIEL COYKENDALL 



BOTANY CLUB 

OFFICERS 

MURIEL COYKENDALL President 

ELIZABETH FREELAND Vice-President 

MYRTLE WILLIAMS Secretary-Treasurer 

ARPHA BURRELL Publicity Chairman 

SUSAN BARKSDALE Program Chairman 

The Botany Club is open to all students and faculty especially interesetd in this 
field of science. A requirement for membership is the submission of a botanical 
project approved by the members. As soon as a student is accepted as a member, 
she pledges to support the club's policy of wild life conservation. The annual trip 
to Vademecum in the spring to study the wild life of that section of North Carolina, 
and to become better acquainted with each other is eagerly looked forward to. 




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BELL 

HARDWICKE 

STEVENS 



BROWN 

MALLONEE 

STOKER 



BUNDY 

MEIXELLE 

TABOR 



BURRELL 

MILES 

UPCHURCH 



CARPENTER 

MOON 

WHITE 



FLANNAGAN 

PARKER 

WHITLEY 



ZOOLOGY FIELD CLUB 

(Affiliated with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the North Carolina Academy of Science.) 

OFFICERS 

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER 

DOROTHY BELL President VIRGINIA MILES President 

MABEL UPCHURCH Vice-President MARY KING MALLONEE Vice-President 

CATHERINE CARPENTER Sec.-Treas. RACHEL TABOR Secretary-Treasurer 

VIRGINIA MILES. . . .Chairman Program Com GENEVIEVE WHITE. .Chairman Program Com. 

MARY MALLONEE. . .Chairman Publicity Com. BARBARA MOON . . . .Chairman Publicity Com. 



DOROTHY BELL 
DELEGATE TO N. C. ACADEMY OF SCIENCE 



DR. ARCHIE D. SHAFTESBURY 
FACULTY SPONSOR 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

At various times since the organization of the Zoology Field Club in 1925, certain faculty members and other 
friends who have been particularly helpful to the club have been elected to honorary membership. Our honorary mem- 
bers now include J. P. Givler, Dr. Z. P. Metcalf, H. H. Brim!ey, Dr. R. W. Leiby, Dr. C. W. Lewis, and Dr Anna M. Gove. 

J. P Givler has been Professor and Head of the Biology Department at Woman's College since 1920. His 
special lines of biological interest and subjects for publications include evolution, genetics, crustacean morphology, 
embryology of the horned lizard, and relation between art and morphology. The Zoology Field Club has profited much 
by his encouragement, advice, and help, ond wishes to dedicate this space to its first honorary member, Professor John 
Paul Givler 




PROFESSOR J. P. GIVLER 

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ART CLUB 



MARY COCHRANE 



OFFICERS 

MARY COCHRANE President 

SUSAN BARKSDALE Vice-President 

MARGARET BLACK Secretary-Treasurer 

EDITH RUDD Program Chairman 

EMELINE ROBERSON 1 

PEGGY LEAKE J Social Cha,rmen 

HILDA BRADY Publicity Chairman 



The membership of the Art Club includes the art majors and minors, the faculty, and other interested persons 
voted in by the club. The club endeavors to make the study of art more interesting by mean of lectures, the intro- 
duction and sponsoring of art exhibits, and social functions. 

The organization aiso has contributed to the Sarah Atkinson Loan Fund established by the Class of 1939 and 
dedicated to the memory of their classmate, Sarah Atkinson, who wos an art major, and an officer in the Art Club 
at the time of her death. This fund is for the purpose of aiding worthy ort students. 




One Hundred Eighty-jour 



HOME ECONOMICS 
CLUB 

OFFICERS 

GLADYS STRAWN President 

HELEN RICHARDSON Vice-President 

ANNIE LEE KNOX Secretary 

BETTY ROSA Treasurer 

ELINOR HENDERSON Publicity Chairman 

MARY ELIZABETH WHITEHEAD Social Chairman 

AIMEE MOORE Finance Chairman 

VIRGINIA EDWARDS Membership Chairman 

MATTIE LOU EDWARDS. Art and Decorations Chairman 



The Home Economics Club, which is open to all Home Economics upperclossmen, has been greatly developed 
this year through varied activities sponsored by the club. A series of programs for the year with the theme of "Marriage 
and Family Relations" has stimulated much interest and enthusiasm. The responsibility of being hostess to the North 
Carolina Student Club Association in the fall, and the sponsoring of Open House in the spring to acquaint the 
campus with the different phases of the work done in the home economics department are two of the major functions 
of the year. 




GLADYS STRAWN 




One Hundred Eighty-five 




ESTHER ANNE QUINN 



SQUARE CIRCLE 

OFFICERS 

ESTHER ANNE QUINN President 

DORIS BLAND Vice-President 

DOROTHY KOEHLER Secretary-Treasurer 

MISS CORNELIA STRONG Faculty Adviser 



Twelve years ago a group of Mathematicians on the campus succeeded in doir 
the seemingly impossible — they formed a square circle. This club, organized 
promote interest in the science of mathematics, holds monthly meetings at whic 
guests or students participate in programs pertinent to the subject. Two meetini 
during the year have become of particular interest and importance to member 
the initiation of Freshman students eligible for membership in February, and tl 
election of officers at an outdoor picnic in May. 




One Hundred Eighty-s. 



MEDICAL 
TECHNOLOGIST CLUB 

OFFICERS 

MARIAN WHITE FISHER President 

DOROTHY TRUITT Vice-President 

JEANNETTE PIATT Secretary-Treasurer 

MISS LILA BELLE LOVE Faculty Adviser 



The Medical Technologist Club which has been newly established this year is open to all 
students of advanced Bacteriology. This club will serve to unify those who are interested in the 
field of Bacteriology and will provide them with a means of investigating recent developments in 
this science through seminars, talks, movies, and exhibits. Miss Lila Belle Love is the adviser of 
the club. 




MARIAN WHITE FISHER 




One Hundred Eighty-seven 




EDUCATION CLUB 

OFFICERS 

LUCILE BETHEA President 

ELSIE MARSTON Vice-President 

BLOIS CRAWFORD Secretary 

BERTIE PATTERSON Treasurer 

NANCY McMANAWAY Program Chairman 

MARY KATHERINE McLAUGHLIN. . . .Social Chairman 

MARTHA ELEANOR FLOYD Publicity Chairman 

MISS RUTH GUNTER Faculty Adviser 

The Education Club extends its membership to all those seniors who teach under supervision, 
the members of the Education Faculty, and those who are directly concerned with student teach- 
ing. This club in its monthly meetings strives to create a pride and interest in the teaching pro- 
fession by familiarizing its members with the educational problems and conditions in our state, and 
by introducing them to leading educators and teachers of North Carolina. 



LUCILE BETHEA 




One Hundred Etgi ty-eight 



SPEAKERS' CLUB 

OFFICERS 

\LMA ORMOND President 

MRY ELIZABETH PURVIS Vice-President 

JOSE PULLY Secretary 

MM IE GRACE SMITH Treasurer 

JUTH GREENBURG Program Chairman 



The Speakers' Club has for the past several years been thrown open to all stu- 
lents on campus who were interested in acquiring experience in numerous phases of 
lublic speaking and debate. Practice and experience in these various fields of speak- 
ng are received mainly at the bi-monthly meetings, when members give interesting 
irograms illustrating these different types of speech activity. Miss Vera Largent is 
he Faculty Adviser of the club, and the debating team is directed by Miss Charlotte 
(ohler. 





One Hundred Eighty-nine 




CLASSICAL CLUB 

OFFICERS 

EDNA CARTWRIGHT President 

SELMA DUNN Secretary 

GLADYS STEADMAN Treasurer 

DR C. C. JERNIGAN Faculty Adviser 

MEMBERS 
Marilyn Barkelen, Edith Berk, Frances Bissell, Elizabeth Brown, Margaret Campbell, Inez Caroon, 
Geraldine Cox, Mae Estfan, Alice Galbreath. Peggy Hammond, Olive Hennessee, Peggy Halman, 
Ellen Hudson, Dorothy Koehler, Henrietta Logan, Jane Parker, Mamie Patrick, Kathryn Rettew, 
Eleanor Ross, Elizabeth Sharpe, Kathleen Soles, Rebecca Thomasson, Anna Bell White. 



EDNA CARTWRIGHT 




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INTERNATIONAL 
RELATIONS CLUB 

OFFICERS 

MARTHA ELEANOR FLOYD President 

HANNAH HUSKE Vice-President 

ANGELA HAMMAND Secretary-Treasurer 

EMILY STANTON Publicity Chairman 

MARY KING MALLONEE Program Chairman 

KATHERINE THOMASON Social Chairman 



The International Relations Club has been reorganized this year on a new basis for member- 
ship Instead of limiting the number of members to the traditional elected twenty juniors and 
seniors, the dub is now made up of any student of history and any other student particularly inter- 
ested in world affairs It is the aim of the club to keep its members intelligently informed on 
events of world news. Lectures by prominent visiting speakers, by the faculty, and by students 
from the group, along with open forum discussions enable the club to accomplish this end 




MARTHA ELEANOR FLOYD 




One Hundred Ninety-one 




WILMA LEVINE 



LE CERCLE FRANCAIS 

OFFICERS 

WILMA LEVINE President 

SOPHIE TAPLIN Vice-President 

ANNE PIKE Secretary-Treasurer 

HARRIET HATCH Program Chairman 

M RENE HARDRE Faculty Adviser 

Le Cercle Francais is composed of upper classmen interested in French and of 
Freshmen who have shown superior ability in their work during the first semester. 
The club meets twice a month and carries on a varied program sponsored by the 
students under the guidance of Monsieur Rene Hardre. French games, songs, and 
bridge parties are enioyed by the members; while interest in the customs and culture 
of the French people and their country is stimulated through the presentation of 
French art and culture, Christmas pageants, operettas, and plays. 




One Hundred Ninety-tun 



DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN 

OFFICERS 

ERMA SCHAUER President 

SARA PARDO Vice-President 

HELEN ALBRIGHT Secretary-Treasurer 

MISS KLASINE VON WESTEN Faculty Adviser 

DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN is purely a cultural organization whose aim is to familiarize stu- 
dents of German with various aspects of the German life and culture. Members of the club meet 
bi-monthly for programs of song and music of outstanding German composers, and for short 
talks, plays, poetry and games in German. Illustrated talks by faculty members or motion picture 
films on the Germany of yesterday and today serve to bring the members into a closer contact 
with the culture and civilization of the German people. 




ERMA SCHAUER 
PRESIDENT 




One Hundred Ninety-three 




THE STRING CHOIR 



DEAN H. HUGH ALTVATER 



The String Choir under the direction of Dean H. Hugh Altvater was organized two years ago 
for the purpose of providing experience in ensemble playing for members of the student body; to 
acquaint its members with the musical literature written for this type of organization; and to 
offer programs of instrumental music to the college and surrounding communities. 




Oin Hundred Ninety-jo 



YOUNG DEMOCRATS' 
CLUB 

OFFICERS 

BETTI E HARWARD President 

CELIA DURHAM Vice-President 

HANNAH HUSKE Secretary 

FRANKIE HALL Treasurer 

HELEN BOLLING Program Chairman 

ANNE TILLINGHAST Publicity Chairman 

ELIZABETH PHILLIPS Literature Chairman 

PRATHER SISK Poster Chairman 

EMILY HARRIS Membership Chairman 

The Young Democrats' Club was organized this spring on the Woman's College campus as 
one of the official youth organizations of the Democratic Party. It belongs to the Young Demo- 
cratic Clubs of North Carolina, which is affiliated with the Young Democratic Clubs of America. 

The purposes of this club are to stimulate in young people "an active interest in govern- 
mental affairs, to increase the efficiency of popular government, to foster and perpetuate the 
ideals and principles of the Democratic Party," and to provide for the social welfare and happi- 
ness of people through the administration of the highest degree of justice. 




BETTI E HARWARD 
PRESIDENT 




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j^^ye.in yonder near world a man might 
be a. man in his own power and riqht and 
not because inheritance or birth. hacL 
made him so. 



One Hundred Ninety-six 




One Hundred Ninety-seven 




MISS VERA LARGENT 



To those whose task and privilege it has been to 
complete this volume of PINE NEEDLES have come many 
trials, and much pleasure. The helpful assistance and 
advice of numerous people have succeeded in lessening 
the trials and increasing the pleasure of our work. We 
wish to thank those who have cooperated and contributed 
in making this annual possible. 

To Paul Green, North Carolina's outstanding literary 
figure, we express appreciation for the use of selective 
passages from his play, THE LOST COLONY, which he 
graciously granted us permission to quote in the develop- 
ment of the theme of PINE NEEDLES. 

We thank Miss Largent, chairman of the Faculty 
Advisory Committee, for her sincere interest and invalua- 
ble assistance. We also acknowledge the notable work 
by Dr. Kohler and Mr. Ivy in preparing this edition. For 
the real interest of all our friends among students and 
faculty — we feature our appreciation! 



FEATURES 



A college is widely known by its students. Leaders 
of the class of 1939, because of their individuality, their 
versatility, and their activities, typify the spirit for which 
Woman's College is recognized. To eight students se- 
lected by their class as the outstanding personalities of 
the year, PINE NEEDLES pays honor. 

Mary Cochrane's is the spirit of activity and accom- 
plishment, the work of an artist. To the class, to campus 
clubs and to college publications, Mary has given time 
and talent. 

Emily Harris, President of Student Government Asso- 
ciation, leads a group of two thousand women who live in 
a college community distinguished for its democracy. 
More than any single student, Emily, because of her deep 
concern for the welfare of people, represents the genuine 
interests of the community and its citizens. 

Gertrude Rainey, as Vice-President of Student Gov- 
ernment Association, leads the legislative body of Wom- 
an's College. Heading a group of representatives from 
all classes, she serves ably as an interpreter and leader of 
student opinion. 



Sarah Virginia Dunlap presides over the activities of 
the Senior Class as its Chief Executive. The zeal, the 
courage, and the loyalty expressed in the class song is the 
essence of her leadership. 

Jeanne Carey is a recognized leader on the campus. 
As Junior Class President, president of a society, and in 
many other offices, she has served faithfully and sin- 
cerely. 

Maxine Garner edits the college's weekly newspaper, 
THE CAROLINIAN. Because that publication is alive 
with student news and interests, Maxine, editorially, has 
done much to further campus programs wide in scope and 
effective in execution. 

Alice Murdoch is Chief Marshal of Woman's College. 
Gracious in manner and charming in appearance she acts 
as the official hostess for the student body. 

Leah Smirnow, President of Playlikers and Masquer- 
aders, has proved her versatility in dramatic productions, 
and she has also done outstanding work in widely diver- 
gent programs of the college. 



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MARY COCHRANE 

NEWTON, NORTH CAROLINA 





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EMILY HARRIS 

GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 



GERTRUDE RAINEY 

MARTINSVILLE, NEW JERSEY 





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Two Hundred One 





SARAH VIRGINIA DUNLAP 

WADESBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 



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JEANNE CAREY 

ELMIRA, NEW YORK 





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IILIS 1939 



Two Hundred Three 





MAXINE GARNER 

LIBERTY, NORTH CAROLINA 



Two Hundred Four 



ALICE MURDOCH 

SALISBURY, NORTH CAROLINA 





rilllE I1EEIILES 1939 



Two Hundred Five 





LEAH SMIRNOW 

NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT 



Two Hundred Six 



MAY DAY 

May Queen MARGARET HILL 

General Chairman LEAH SMIRNOW 



COURT 



MARTHA ELEANOR FLOYD 
JANEGRIER 
GRACE MEWBORN 
ALICE MURDOCH 
JULIA BRIGHT GODWIN 
LOUISE DARDEN 



HANNAH HUSKE 
CARROLL STOKER 
RACHEL DRAUGH AN 
EMILY HARRIS 
FRANCES HORNER 
SARAH VIRGINIA DUNLAP 



May Day at Woman's College is an event which is anticipated the entire 
school year. This year's senior class deported from the precedent of a seasonal 
ceremony to present a historical pageant noted for its beauty and simplicity. 

With the town crier's call, "Eight o'clock and all's well," the campus becomes 
the scene of the first recorded American May Day celebration which was held at 
Edenton, North Carolina The villagers with their bowers, the boy with his pig, 
the ox carts, ond groups of dancing children presented a spectacle which will long 
be remembered Another departure from the traditional festivities was the withhold- 
ing of the queen's identity until she was chosen from the merry village girls. The 
suspense which this created, until the Governor made his choice, gave new interest 
to the occasion. 

We are proud that the entire student body cooperated with the senior class 
this year in making May Day not only a class event, but also a community festivity 
of campus and state-wide interest 





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heritage c*je hold- for those that 
shall come after lis. 



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Two Hundred Nine 




ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

CABINET 

MARJORIE LEONARD President 

ELLEN GRIFFIN Vice-President 

MARY MARGARET JOHNSON Secretary 

BETTY LIPPMAN Treasurer 

MISS CHRISTINE WHITE Faculty Adviser 



MARJORIE LEONARD 




COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

ELLEN GRIFFIN Sports Day 

LOUISE CROWELL Social 

BARBARA MOORE Poster 

RACHEL EMMETT Camp 

NAN ROGERS Points 

HELEN BOLL1NG, NELL STURKEY Publicity 

MISS ETHEL MARTUS Photographer 

Two Hundred Ten 



SPORTS LEADERS 

RUTH GILLMORE Hockey 

FRANCES CROCKETT Volley Ball 

DOROTHY COLEY Speedball 

RACHEL EMMETT Archery 

MATOKA TORRENCE Basketball 

KATHERINE SCHNECK Swimming 

MARGARET POYNOR Gymnastics 

MARY MARGARET JOHNSON Baseball 

DOROTHY TYSON Tennis 



VALERIE POWELL Lifesoving 

CLAUDELINE LEWIS Soccer 

DOROTHY DENNIS Golf 

CLUB REPRESENTATIVES 

ELOISE McLEAN Clogging 

WILMA LEVINE Orchesis 

RACHEL EMMETT Targeteers 

RUTH ROGERS Square Dance 

DORIS HUTCHINSON Dolphin 

BETTY WISE Riding 



FALL SPORTS 



HOCKEY 

RUTH GILLMORE Sports Leader 

MISS CHRISTINE WHITE Faculty Head 

Hockey season calls the athletic minded out for practice in the 
first weeks of the school year. Class practices are held twice a 
week, and teams are chosen to represent each class in the annua! 
inter-class tournament. Over one hundred girls played hockey this 
year, and the Junior club won the championship by defeating the 
Seniors in a play-off game. 

The high spot of the season was a Hockey Play Day held at 
Duke University where players from colleges all over the state met 



to play Hockey with each other. Miss Constance Applebee who 
introduced Field Hockey into this country was the guest coach, 
and gave pointers to individual groups. Around thirty girls attended 
from Woman's College, and five of these were honored by being 
on the honorary play day team. Dorothy Rosseland, Mary Margaret 
Johnson, and Helen Boiling were placed on the first team, and Ruth 
Gillmore and Marjorie Swanson were named on the second team. 

At the end of the season on campus, an honorary varsity was 
chosen by the head coaches. This was made of: Louise Meroney, 
Gertrude Rainey, Alice Suiter, Dorothy Ficker, Dorothy Rosseland, 
Ellen Griffin, Dorothy Coley, Bruce Miller, Ruth Gillmore, Matoka 
Torrence, Mary Margaret Johnson, Lois Guyer, and Frances Crockett. 









SOCCER 

CLAUDELINE LEWIS Sport Leader 

MISS HENRIETTA THOMPSON Faculty Head 

Woman's College doesn't have a pack of "Blue Devils" or "Tar 
Heels," but we kick off our enthusiasm all the same in after-school 
soccer games. Soccer is a major sport each fall, and a class tourna- 
ment is held after the bi-weekly practices are finished. The 1938 
championship was won by the combined Junior-Senior team. 

The honorary varsity includes: Nan Rogers, Lora Walters, 
Frances Roebuck, Mildred Bumgarner, Ruth Weinger, Beth White. 
Helen Edens, Sara Harrison, Lena McFadgen, Josephine Gore, Ruth 
Rogers, Katherine Schneck, Evelyn Wunsch, and Edna Gibson. 



Two Hundred Eleven 




MINOR 
SPORTS 



VOLLEY BALL 

FRANCES CROCKETT Sport Leader 

MISS ETHEL MARTUS Faculty Head 

Once a week in the fall, girls who want some real fun come 
out for volley ball. After several weeks of practice, a tournament 



among the classes is held; this year the Sophomores had a perfect 
record, winning all their games. 

Varsity includes Elizabeth Bonham, Frances Daniel, Mary Eliza- 
beth Jordan, Anna Mae Parrish, Laura Mayo, Eloise McLean, 
Margaret Ryan, Anna Stone Railey, Betty Jean Sandel, and Louise 
Young. 



SPEEDBALL 

DOROTHY COLEY Sport Leader 

MRS. R. C. BOYCE Faculty Head 

Over sixty girls come out for speedball, a relatively new game 
combining elements of football, basketball, and soccer. The cham- 
pionship was won this year by the Freshman class. Varsity includes: 
Ellen Griffin, Ruth Gillmore, Louise Meroney, Margaret Kennette, 
Dorothy Coley, Martha McLean, Lora Walters, Rebecca Woolsey, 
Marion Sawyer, Frances Roebuck, Nan Rogers, Ann Pearce, Polly 
Sattler, Edna Gibson, Rachel Yarborough, Eliza Dickinson. 




Two Hundred Twelve 



WINTER SPORTS 



BASKETBALL 

MATOKA TORRENCE Sport Leader 

MISS CHRISTINE WHITE Faculty Head 

Intra-mural and Interclass basketball find over three hundred 
girls participating in play during the winter months. Two tourna- 
ments are held, the first an open one, in which any organization 



may enter a team called Intramurals, and a regular Interclass one 
culminating the regular season. Intramurals were won by the 
Easterners while the Freshmen were the class champions. 

The 1938 varsity included: Margaret Greene, Marjorie Leonard, 
Ruth Crouch, Betty Jean Sandel, Ruth Rogers, Helen Boiling, Mar- 
garet Parker, Mary Elizabeth Jordan, and Dorothy Tyson. 





SWIMMING 

KATHERINE SCHNECK Sport Leader 

MISS HENRIETTA THOMPSON Faculty Head 

Swimmers from each class hold a meet at the close of the prac- 
tice season in which competition for speed and form in strokes 
and diving. Water games are also played. The 1939 meet was won 
by the Freshman class. 

Varsity was made up of Katherine Schneck, Bruce Miller, Joy 
Carmen, Mary Epps. 

Two Hundred Thirteen 




GYMNASTICS 

MARGARET POYNOR Sport Leader 



Faculty Heads 



MISS ETHEL MARTUS 
MISS DOROTHY DAVIS 



Even though you stand on your feet most of the time, you get 
a lot of pleasure from standing on your hands and head, for a 
change, in gymnastics Stunts and apparatus are taught during 



the winter season, as a minor sport. As a close to the practices 
Gym Meet is held, when all the classes meet in competition in stunts, 
apparatus, and games. Demonstrations are also given of other 
physical education activities. The class of 1939 took this year's 
meet, and those chosen for honorary varsity are Margaret Poynor, 
Eloise McLean, Mary Margaret Johnson, Dorothy Tyson, Ruth Gill- 
more, Louise Meroney, Josephine Gore, Dorothy Coley, and Alice 
Calder. 




TENNIS 

DOROTHY TYSON Sport Leader 

MISS DOROTHY DAVIS Faculty Head 

Although tennis is officially a major spring sport, it lasts prac- 
tically all year. In the fall, elimination tournaments in doubles and 
singles are played to determine the school champions. Doubles 
finals were won by the team of Dorothy Tyson and Eloise McLean, 
while the singles champion is Mary Margaret Binford. 

In the spring, a ladder tournament is played within each class, 
and the top ranking participants from each class play in elimination 
matches with the other classes. In 1938 the class of 1939 was 
the winner. 



Tii'o Hundred fourteen 




BASEBALL 

MARY MARGARET JOHNSON Sport Leader 

MISS ETHEL MARTUS Faculty Head 

Fans of the ball and bat are given a chance to play baseball 
every spring in the class practices and games The Sophomores 
won the 1938 title. Two varsity teams are chosen to participate in 
games with the men and women faculty teams. 



The varsity teams for 1938 include: Ellen Griffin, Dorothy Coley, 
Anna Williams, Edna Gibson, Matoka Torrence, Eloise Smith, Alice 
Suiter, Marjorie Gallagher, Anna Mae Parrish, and Ruth Rogers, 
first team; Mary Margaret Johnson, Margaret Greene, Frances 
Crean, Lean McFaygen, Martha McLean, Lora Walters, Margaret 
Parker, Dorothy Tyson, Mary Louise Edwards, and Marjorie Kinney, 
second team. 




ARCHERY 

RACHEL EMMETT Sport Leader 

MRS. R. C. BOYCE Faculty Head 

Archery devotees bring out their bows and arrows each spring 
for the Junior Columbia Round which is shot at the end of the spring 
season. The class championship and the honorary varsity is de- 
termined by those ranking highest in this round The class of 1941 
won the round in 1938. Honorary varsity members are Evelyn Shep- 
herd, Nan Rogers, Mary Louise Edwards, and Rachel Yarborough 

Two Hundred Fifteen 



LIFE SAVING 

VALERIE POWELL Sport Leader 

MISS MIRIAM SHELDEN Faculty Head 

Life Saving is offered each spring to all those wishing to 
qualify for the A. R C. awards. A field representative is sent to 
the college each spring to give instruction in the methods of water 
safety. 



SPORTS DAY 

A half holiday is set aside each year in May for what 
is known as Society Sports Day. Classes and school work 
are put aside and hundreds of girls take part in numerous 
and varied tests of skills during the afternoon. 

The program is sponsored by the Athletic Associa- 
tion and the four societies on the campus. All partici- 
pants enter for their particular society in one or more 
events, according to their ability and the schedule of 
activities. But ability and skill are not necessary pre- 
requisites for taking part in Sports Day. The aim in 
having such a day is to provide fun for everyone who 





might enjoy taking part. The games and activities range 
from those of lower organization to team games and 
include jacks, scavenger hunts, horse shoes, volley ball, 
shuffleboard, tether ball, archery, bowling, tennis, relays, 
swimming, and last and often most entertaining — a base- 
ball game between student and faculty teams. Of special 
interest also is the Horse Show which ends the activities 
of the afternoon and for which ribbons are given. 

As part of the program there is a formal dinner, 
honoring the participants, at which time the winning 
society is announced and the silver cup is presented to 
the president of that society. Also, awards in the form of 
pins are given to those students who have amassed as 
many as one thousand points by participation in athletic 
activities during the previous years. The Adelphian So- 
ciety captured first place honors for the 1938 day 

As conclusion to the program for the day, it is cus- 
tomary for each society to present a one-act play in com- 
petition with the other societies. This is a fitting climax 
to an afternoon where fun has prevailed and where 
friendly intra-society relationships have been strength- 
ened by play and sport. 



Two Hundred Sixteen 



SQUARE DANCE CLUB 



RUTH ROGERS President 



MISS HENRIETTA THOMPSON Faculty Adviser 



The Square Dance Club has as its aim the preservation of a 
Southern folk art, bringing joy to those participating. The en- 
rollment of the club includes around fifty members; these members 
include not only physical education majors, but also any students 
who are interested enough to attend meetings, learn the steps, and 
take an active part in the club. The senior physical education majors 
have assisted Miss Henrietta Thompson, faculty adviser, in teaching 
the dances and calling the figures this year. 





Two Hundred Seventeen 



CLOGGING CLUB 

OFFICERS 

ELOISE McLEAN President 

ELEANOR WEEKS Secretary-Treasurer 

MRS. R. C. BOYCE Faculty Adviser 





Clogging Club, an active organization of limited membership, meets every Friday night. Entrance 
requirements include proficiency in the fundamental steps, a good performance of a dance taught to 
prospective new members, and the execution of an original dance. Clogging gives its annual perform- 
ance following the Athletic Association banquet in the spring; members of the club furnish entertain- 
ment at society meetings, parties, and other occasions. 



Two Hundred Eight ten 




ARCHERY CLUB 

OFFICERS 

RACHEL EMMETT President 

DOROTHY COLEY Vice-President 

ADELAIDE LOVE Secretary-Treasurer 

MISS CHRISTINE WHITE Faculty Adviser 




Archery Club members enjoy year round shooting on either the out-of-door or indoor ranges Try- 
outs are held in the fall and spring and those meeting the requirements are taken into the club. Pins 
are awarded those members shooting the required score on the Senior Columbia Round. 



Two Hundred Nineteen 



DANCE GROUP 



WILMA LEVINE President 



MISS EDITH VAIL Faculty Adviser 





MEMBERS 
Beverly Barksdale, Joan Bluethenthal, Elicia Caroon, Christine Changaris, Jane Clegg, Rachel Em- 
mett, Sarah Fleet, Elizabeth Freeland, Ruth Gillmore, Edith Goodman, Elizabeth Holmes, Rebecca Hun- 
ter, Peggy Levine, Dorothy Lovell, Eloise McClean, Louise Meroney, Helen O'Bryan, Margaret Poynor, 
Muriel Qua, Dorothy Rosseland, Elizabeth Sargent, Leah Smirnow, Peggy Snowden, Anita Strauss, Nell 
Sturkey, Pearl Sykes, Dorothy Tyson, Eleanor Weeks, Ruth Weinger, Beth White. 



Two Hundred Twenty 




DOLPHIN CLUB 

OFFICERS 

DORIS HUTCHINSON President 

JOY CARMEN Vice-President 

DOROTHY TYSON Secretary-Treasure-- 

MISS DOROTHY DAVIS Faculty Adviser 



BEHIND THE BALL 



HISTORY IN THE MAKING 

1938-39 will go down in the history of the Woman's 
College as a very eventful year as far as those interested 
in the sports world are concerned. First, the A. A. cabinet 
enlarged itself by adding golf, riding, and the outing club; 
then it undertook a wide social program which included 
seasonal banquets for all the participants in athletics, 
and started having its "pow-wows" in the form of supper 
meetings in the renovated golf hut. The whole campus 
will remember cabinet for its gifts of skates and skating 
rink (we mean skating in swing time to the nicklelo). It 
all goes back to our president, Marjorie Leonard, who has 
really done a good job with the aid of her assistants. 

THOSE FRESHMEN 

Participation in sports really rang the bell this year 
. . . more girls than ever before came out to support 
their class teams. The highlight of the fall season was 
Miss Constance Applebee, the English coach who visited 
Duke; she informed our girls after their demonstration 
game at Durham that they weren't as good as they 
thought they were. Claudelme Lewis and her booters 
came out on top in the soccer tournament. Speed ball, 
although a minor sport, really drew the crowd — could it 
be those football punts? (SH! don't say we said so, but 
the freshmen won.) Another minor sport which drew the 
crowds and the spectators was gymncstics . . even 
though we had importation from Chapel Hill to do the 
men on the flying trapeze act, our girls did not come up 
lacking, and the seniors walked away with that silver 
loving cup. Then there were those two basketball tour- 
naments. And here we see those freshmen stepping out 
in the sport light by winning both of them. In fact, they 
did hog the limelight because they won the swimming 



meet, too. Spring sports brought out the tennis advo- 
cates, baseball fans, and the archery "infuns" to enjoy 
the sun. Don't tell us that the restriction against sun- 
bathing had anything to do with it. 

OUR SOCIAL LIFE? 

The clubs in the Athletic Association seem to advo- 
cate this theory of progress, too. "Little Red Swimming 
Hood" came to campus under the auspices of the Dolphin 
Club; even with two performances all seating space was 
occupied — that is enough said. Square Dance Club 
brought some of the national champions, and we decided 
that even our grandparents must have been sorts of "jit- 
terbugs," at least figuratively. The movies also seem to 
have an influence on Archery Club, at least from their 
activities. Topping the list was this year's recital by the 
Dance Group. After months of work they gave us some- 
thing to really be remembered. Miss Edith Vail certainly 
deserves orchids, and white ones at that. 

A WINNING TEAM' 

Even though change seems to have been the motto 
of our faculty this year, they, too, deserve our apprecia- 
tion. To Miss Coleman, the captain of our team, Miss 
White, Miss Martus, Miss Davis, Miss Vail, Miss Thomp- 
son, Mrs. Boyce, and Miss Sheldon we give our thanks. 
There has been a lot of fun for everyone in the Athletic 
Association, and we seniors leave with happy memories of 
our work and play with them. 

PROGRESS 

The future holds in store much more progress for our 
Athletic Association, and even though it is trite, we 
seniors wish you the "best of luck." 



Two Hundred Twenty-one 




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■ 

he uictoru lief b in the struqqle , not 
the citq xjjo n. "I "b all "free —men it stand- 

eth 50 i4nd doixJn_"the centuries that 

omit ahead "Hierell Jje some lAjhisper 

ot our name some -mention- and de- 

uotlon "to the dream__-fhat brouqht ixs 
here . 



Two Hundred Twenty-two 




Two Hundred Twenty-three 




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The college every year brings to its student body a number of dis- 
tinguished artists in the fields of music, art, the dance, and letters. All 
students have admission to the entire series of recitals and lectures. Wom- 
an's College sponsors the lecture programs, and the Civic Music Association 
of Greensboro is in charge of major concert programs for the year. 

Among the popular programs this season have been the review of the 
theatre and screen by the actress, Elissa Landi; the piano recital by Marian 
Anderson, only alumna of Woman's College ever to appear on the concert 
stage here; the performance of the world famous Philadelphia Symphony Or- 
chestra under the musical direction of Eugene Ormandy; and the recitals 
in modern dance by the troupe of Doris Humphrey and Charles Weidman, 
who also conducted special classes for students of the dance; other features 
have included: The Mordkin Ballet, Phillis Bottome, Alice Burrows, Captain 
John Craig, Stuart Cloete, Harry Hansen, Sir Arthur Willert, Gerald Wendt, 
Henry C. Wolfe, Harrison Forman, Eugene Schoen, Sidney Montague, Andre 
Maurois, William Seabrook, Efrem Zimbalist, Lucille Browning, Artur Rubin- 
stein, and John Charles Thomas. Many of these artists were honored at tea 
and dinner by groups of Woman's College students and a number of the 
lecturers were guest speakers for special classes and informal student 
meetings. 




College is one round of activities. Before enrollment 
for the first year, the typical student finds herself in a 
whirl which goes 'round and 'round seemingly forever. 
Every year student leaders return early in the fall to hold 
a conference to plan for the year. When the freshman 
comes to college, orientation is the catch phrase for the 
first week, and even when the upperclassman returns to 
carry on initiation culminating in society celebrations, 
that orientation continues. . . . The outstanding social 
events of the year are the formal dances held by the so- 
cieties and classes. Second to none is the Junior-Senior 
Prom. . . . Formal dinners are in good favor, too, and espe- 
cially remembered is the Christmas holiday dinner. . . . 
The college calendar includes many special features, one 
among many being quiet-hours of organ music held during 
examination weeks. . . . Registration is excluded from no 
college calendar. . . . Teas are happy thoughts for a 
students .... and every year spring is announced by the 
conferences held by seniors with tine head of the Public 
Relations Department to make plans for employment 
after college. 





There are certain members of our college community 
whose efficient work "behind the scenes" make life 
smoother, happier, and much more interesting on our 
Woman's College campus ... Dr. Shaftesbury and the 
marshals give time and effort to lending dignity and order 
to our concerts and lectures . . . Mrs. Hawkins simplifies 
the problem of entrance to the college for many of us . . . 
Dr Collings and her staff are always ready to help us in 
any of our troubles, mental or medical; one grin from 
"The Doctor" fixes everything . . . The library staff helps 
us find what we want even when we don't know that we 
want it . . . 





Paul Green, of the University of North 
Carolina, author of "The Lost Colony", 
from which the quotations for the 
presentation of the theme of this year- 
book have been taken. 




Tito Hundred Twenty-six 



Miss Swanson, who has one of the hardest jobs on 
campus, not only feeds us three times a day, but makes a 
icnic or a banquet a big success . . . Mr. Sink who keeps 
up with our clothes, even if we can't . . . Miss Lattimore, 
with her pleasing personality, aside from her many other 
duties, makes us forget our stage fright while waiting in 
the Dean's office . . . Have you a broken chair, a lost key, 
a blown fuse, or does your lawn need mowing? If you would 
have something done well call Mr. Sink . . . Here's who 
makes Woman's College news, "news" — Mrs. Lathrop . . . 
Mrs. Boyd is one who plays many parts in our daily life by 
her gracious and helpful cooperations in any of our under- 
takings. 




Since the inception of the institution democracy has 
been the keynote of student life, academic and social, 
at the Woman's College. Every year, hundreds of girls 
have found study and play possible only because of the 
work they have done to help finance their education. 
Although it is not possible for a student to earn all of her 
expenses at the Woman's College or for all who apply to 
earn even a part, the College is concerned with giving 
every opportunity to those who desire help. A number of 
students are employed by the college as assistants to 
professors in laboratories, offices, and the library, wait- 
resses and dormitory hostesses. Still others are being 
aided now under the National Youth Administration with 
work as switchboard operators, playground supervisors, 
secretaries, and so forth. As long as the Government 
furnishes such aid, the College will continue to avail it- 
self of it in order that as many young Women as possible 
may have the advantages of college training. 




Forty-seven years ago this college opened its doors to 
young women of the state as a new institution whose pro- 
gram was one of pioneering and the establishment of 
precedents. The growth has been phenomenal. Today 
Woman's College is the third largest woman's college in 
the country. The future is not without promise; and the 
past, stuped in traditions out of which the powerful pres- 
ent has evolved, is not without significance. The founders 
of the college built walls, and characters, and customs; 
and students today are as conscious of those customs as 
they are of the buildings themselves. 

Every October 5, the entire college pauses to pay 
honor to the educator who established the school, Dr. 
Charles Duncan Mclver — that is the school's most mean- 
ingful tradition. Among many others are: the "Hanging 
of the Green" sponsored by the Y. W. C. A. at the begin- 
ning of the Christmas festivities; along with the Junior- 
Freshman wedding when the big-sister class ceremonially 
unites with the freshman class; the serenades, of which 
the one celebrating the major elections in the spring is 
the climax; and the annual Christmas Pageant, presented 
by the sophomore class. 





College is essentially organized around learning ac- 
tivities. Studies, classes, courses — these constitute the 
major part of the collegian's life. The inspiration that 
comes from academic work well done carries over into 
every phase of college career around an organized course 
of study in the school of liberal arts, music, education, or 
physical education. This course of study includes not only 
ectures and examinations; there are projects, field work, 
scientific research, experimentation, and practical ex- 
perience in courses both specialized and generalized. We 
have tried to picture here only a few of the typical scenes 
so familiar to us al 




And you have seen these places . . . "time off" in the 
Home Management House . . . "I'll see you in the Game 
Room after dinner." . . . Don't forget, it's payment time 
again . . . "One three cent stamp please, and, oh yes, Mr. 
Concentrate's book on HOW TO STUDY ... A spare 
minute with an extra nickle means Junior Shop — without 
a doubt . . . Please, put up the "P's" next. 




MISS PARKER AND WOMANITES 
. . . CURRY ... THE ONCLEYS. 

TECHNIQUE DE LA RAZZBERRY 
... MR. TATE. 

CONFERENCE ... THE FACUL- 
TY'S OTHER INTERESTS! 

AT A SPENCER HALL TEA . . . 
THE HUT . . . DANIEL IS NO 
MORE. 

COMPARING NOTES . . . COM- 
PARING TOMBSTONES . . . 
HOLD THAT SMILE 1 .. . PHY- 
SICAL-EDS. 

CAMPUS "OLD GLORY" ... MR. 
WARNER ... MR. IVY STOPS 
BY TO "PASS JUDGMENT." 

IN THE RAIN AT CHAPEL HILL, 
(PS. HE'S SOAKED) . . . POST 
OFFICER. 



Two Hundred Thirty-two 





THEN HE SAID . . . 
DELAY IN THE SUN . . . 
A TAVERN QUARTET . . . 
WE'RE FROM MARY FOUST . . . 
OUR PRIDE AND JOY . . . 
HOLDING UP THE BUSINESS END . . . 
STOP IT— SHE'S MINE 1 . . . 
DELLIE . . . 
BAILEY-ITE . . . 

FROM SECOND FLOOR— ANYWHERE . . . 
HEY, THIS IS A BUSINESS MEETING! . . . 
THE "MAMA OF THEM ALL" . . . 
GRIFFIN . . . 
RELAXIN' . . . 
A MAN . . . 

GOING UP TOWN A LA FOOT . . . 
ALL ABOARD FOR GREENSBORO 1 . . . 
THEY BELONG TO THE HEAD OF THE BIG 3 . . . 
JUST WALKING AND TALKING . . . 
ART TAKES TO THE SIDEWALK . . . 
LEAVING FOR THE CAROLINA-VIRGINIA GAME 
BOTANY CLASS . . . 
PWA POSES . . . 
DAY STUDENTS OFFICERS . . . 
POOR INITIATE! . . . 
ART CLASS; BACK SEAT . . . 
PHYSIOLOGY STUDENTS HAVE A LOOK AT A 
CAT FROM THE OTHER SIDE . . . 

BUY OUR ANNUAL! . . . 

A GOOD WIFE ALWAYS DOES THIS . . . 

QUILL PENS . . . 

FRED . . . 

POST OFFICE (NOT AS USUAL) . . . 

ON ALUMNAE TERRACE ROOF . . . 

FEET, OF COURSE , . . 



Two Hundred Thirty-three 



WEINERS AT CAMP . . . 

SHE WOULD PREFER TO EAT IN PEACE, 
THOUGH' . . . 

WHAT'S OVER WHERE WE GO IN . . . 
WEIGHING RATS . . . 

THE A A CABINET ALWAYS EATS ON THE 
FLOOR . . . 

NOT THAT WE ALWAYS USE DISHES AT OUR 
CAMP . . . 

EMILY AND TILLEY TUESDAY AT 4:00 . . . 

FROM A MARY FOUST WINDOW . . . 

GAME ROOM PROFESSIONALS . . . 

AH, BLISS . . . 

TAVERN CEILING AND A MAN . . . 

COURSE IT'S GOOD TWEED' 

THIS OLD BUS BRINGS LOTS OF THINGS 
(SOMETIMES) . . . 

.10 A RUB . . 

CHAMPIONS' LEGS . . . 

LUNCH TIME . . . 

INITIATES CATCH IT WHEN THE PLAYLIKERS 
NEED HOUSE CLEANING . . . 

A WORK-HARDENED CLAW ON THE LIBRARY 
DOOR . . . 

ART EXHIBIT . . . 

BILL, WHAT'S IN ALL THE PLAYS . . . 

BAILEY TERRACE . . . 

BERT'S BIKE BOY . . . 

BELOW DECKS IN THE AUDITORIUM . . . 

DR. JACKSON GOES TO THE CLASS . . . 

CURRY KINDERGARTEN . 

YEP, IT'S REALLY RAMESES . . 

EASY STUDYING . . . 

LOW TIDE AT THE TAVERN . . . 

THIS IS HOW ANGELS LOOK BEFORE THEY 
FALL . . . 



Two Hundred Thirty-jour 





BULL SESSION . . . 
POSEE . . . 

HEYWARD PRETENDS . . . 
TCH, TCH!! IS IT YOU? . . . 
PROFILE A LA JANE COOK . . . 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION BUS . . . 
AFTER TENNIS . . . 
THAT REGISTRATION "COPYING" . . . 
HI, GIRLS! . . . 

HOME MANAGEMENT HOUSE, BACK DOOR . 
FAMILIAR, ANYBODY . . . 
ONE HAPPY FAMILY . . . 
A BRAND NEW STUNT . . . 
SHE TAKES IT WELL, DOESN'T SHE? . . . 
OFFICE WORK OF TWO STOOGES, DADAMS 
AND "IMPIE" . . . 

"SHAWITES" . . . 

ELLIE, TRY "C LLP."; AND REMEMBER, 
HONEY CHILE, YOU ALWAYS HAVE US . . 

SITTING OUT A DANCE . . . 

AREN'T THEY CUTE? . . . 

TAVERN . . . 

A GALLANT GENTLEMAN, WHAT? . . . 

EDITORS DO THINK! . . . 

BUDDING TALENT . . . 

GYM NIGHT . . . 

THE GREASE PAINT GOES ON . . . 

A W. C. CREW AT CHAPEL HILL . . . 



Two Hundred Thirty-five 



1 



ocaj doLjn fhe trackless hollouj years 
That siuoJIoojed them bed not their song 
lie sendL response — 
""• lastu singer . dreamer . pioneer,, 

Lord of "the cailderness. the tinaf raid . 

Tamer of darkness, fire and flood m 

•f the -soaring spirit caingecL aloft 

•n the plumes of agoncj and death — 

Hear as . ill 1 ' hear ! 

The dream still lioes. 

lit lioes . it lioes. 

And shall not die!" 



Tun Hundred Thirty-six 





(^onaratulauonA to the 
CLa of 39! 



GREENSBORO 




BOTTLING COMPANY 



Two Hundred Thirty-seven 



Mary Greene 

Wollde 

410-411 North Carolina Bank Building 

GREENSBORO, N. C. PHONE 8462 



Jff ^fVs l^aper" 



DILLARD PAPER CO. 



Greensboro, N. C. 
Charlotte, N. C. Greenville, S. C. 



Smart Up To Date Flower Shop 
120 West Market Street 

Sykes Florist Co. 



DIAL 5131 



DIAL 5132 



Compliments oj 



MONTALDO'S 



JEFFERSON BUILDING 



GREENSBORO, N. C. 



DIXIE 


SUNDRY SHOP 


MR. 


AND MRS. BERT D. HAYMS 




332 Tate Street 




50 Varieties of 


DELICIOUS SANDWICHES 


Fo 


Prompt Delivery Call That 




Magic Number 9283 



Compliments oj 

W. V. Moran 

Manager of Woolworth 



POLLOCKS 



For the Loveliest 



SHOES 



in Greensboro 



Two Hundred Thirty-eight 







^JJine at the 








MECCA 








FRESH SEA FOODS 








OUR SPECIALTY 




226-228 


West 


Market 


Greensboro, N. C. 



Greensboro Floral Co. 

Flowers of Distinction 

378 North Elm Street Phone 6508 or 2-3202 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Main Floor 



Candy 

Hardware 
Jewelry 

Notions 

Stationery 

Toilet Goods 



KRESS 



Downstairs Store 

Crockery 

Glassware 

Dry Goods 
Hosiery 

Lace and Ribbon 
Tinware 
Toy 

Soda and Lunch 



(£) he Senior Banquet, given by 
the Grill in the spring for those who 
have enjoyed our delicious sand- 
wiches and drinks. 




THE GRILL 



L^ourteoud J^e 



FRED SHOWFETY, Proprietor 



Prompt Delivery on Dorm Orders 



Two Hundred Thirty-nine 



SILLS 

IS THE WORD FOR 

SHOES 



IN GREENSBORO 



GREENSBORO 
NEWS-RECORD 



A 24-hour newspaper service that gives the 
subscriber and the advertiser the ultimate in 
value. Newspapers of character and excel- 
lence, affording the reading public a com- 
plete contact with the rapidly moving events 
of modern times and the advertiser a perfect 
vehicle for conveying his message to that 
public. 



GREENSBORO 
NEWS-RECORD 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



GREENSBORO DRUG CO. 



C. M Fordham 



j^reS crip tion ii 15 



Dewey Farrell 



230 West Market Street 



^Jop o ' the ~Jo^ 



op 

JEFFERSON ROOF 
RESTAURANT 

17th Floor — Jefferson Standard Building 

Delicious Food 

Special Attention Given to Private Parties 

GREENSBORO, N. C. - PHONE 6814 



SAVE TIME 



SAVE MONEY 



The College Shop 
and Beauty Salon 

Where you'll find the answer to every Clothing and 
Beauty Need 



K^omplimenti or the 

Union Bus Station 



Dick's Laundry Company 

cJLautidereri and L^leaneri 



Greensboro, N. C. 



Two Hundred Forty 



Hungry Before Chapel? Don't be. Come to the 

COLLEGE DRUG STORE 

Prescription Druggists 

1103 SPRING GARDEN STREET - GREENSBORO, N. C. 
TELEPHONE 2-2712 



Our Prompt Delivery is an Asset to Us Both 



To Be Charmingly Modern 


Try 


THE MODERN CHARM 


BEAUTY SHOP 


Specialists in all Lines of Beauty Culture 


Conveniently Located 


331 TATE STREET - PHONE 6526 



Dial 8193 and let 



The Columbia Laundry 



do it. 



Launderers and Dry Cleaners 



Battleground Ave. at Cedar Street 



ftfje poar anb Castle 



West Market Street Extension 



Greensboro's Most Popular 
Sandwich Shop 

Famous Steaks with our 
Special Sauce 

Sandwiches with Special Dressing 

Curb - Dining Room - Counter Service 
GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Phone 2-0798 




SjPfev. 



Two Hundred Forty-one 



Smart Women's Apparel 

At Popular Prices 

Dresses . . . Coats . . . Sportswear . . . Millinery 

DARLING SHOP 

106 South Elm Street 



THACKERS 

INCORPORATED 

M L/ooa f-^iace to (L,at 

108 WEST MARKET STREET 

Greensboro Charlotte 



TWICE AS MUCH 



FREE 

Bo?, 



'**»*»'* 
% 



I20UNCES 



5 




TWICE AS GOOD 



Styles change, sports change, but through our 66 
years of experience, our policy of quality first, 
combined with friendly service, has not changed. 



ODELL'S 



FOR ALL EQUIPMENT NEEDED IN TENNIS, SWIMMING, 
FISHING, GOLFING, AND GENERAL "GYM" RECREATIONS 



Two Hundred Forty-two 



SERUNIAN & SONS 

Oriental and Domestic 
RUGS 

Cleaning — Repairing — Storage 
224 S. GREENE STREET - PHONE 2-2065 



Greensboro's 
Criterion Theatre 

Appreciates Your Patronage 





MANUEL'S, 


INC. 






"We Serve the Very 


Best" 




Specializing in Fresh Sea Food: 


, Good Steaks, 




and Real Italian Spaghetti. 




112 


W. MARKET ST. 


PHONE 


8039 



THE ART SHOP 

118 WEST MARKET STREET 

Photographic Supplies 
Kodak Finishing — Enlarging 

Portrait Photography 
Kodaks — Pictures — Frames 



COUNTLESS SUCCESSFUL CAREERS 

tk a Remington Portable 



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Then, too, thoughts flow much more readily when you use a Remington Portable Typewriter. 

Why not begin your business career right? Give yourself a Remington Portable. It will carry on for you just as the big Reming- 
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8 Models to Choose from 

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the most exacting typing requirements. There is a Remington Portable 
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Terms as low as 10c a day 

Remember, Remington will include a handsome Carrying Case with your purchase of the Noiseless Deluxe 




Two Hundred Forty-three 





^Jkere ii notkina ai 

permanent in faikion 

ai aood taite " 


Is 






mu wffiimi 



L^omplimenti ot 



BELK'S 



mnncEL'i 

Misses' and Women's Apparel 

216 South Elm Street 
GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Carolina Pharmacy 

"The Complete Drug Store" 

401 Tate Street Comer Walker Avenue 

IMMEDIATE SERVICE ON CAMPUS ORDERS 
JUST DIAL 8197 



^jror vSeit J^kotoqrapki 

MANNINGS 




Kellenberger's Tourist Home 

15 Rooms • 12 Bathrooms 
Shower and Tub 

STATE RATING 99% 

1020 W. MARKET ST. GREENSBORO, N. C. 

ON ROUTES U. S. 29, 70, AND 421 



All the fun of extravagance 


with the 


thrill of economy 




at 




FIELDS 




102 SOUTH ELM STREET 





Two Hundred Forty-jour 



TVvjlXji/vo 

underwood 




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in its design and challenges 
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Underwood Master! 



The new Underwood Master gives you Dual Touch Tuning . . . 
two adiustments for touch . . . one that permits the individual tuning 
of each key to the fingertips; the other, keyboard controlled, varies 
the tension of all keys at the will of the operator. 

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stration. 

Typewriter Division 

UNDERWOOD ELLIOTT FISHER COMPANY 

Typewriters, Accounting Machines, Adding Machines, 

Carbon Paper, Ribbons and other Supplies 

ONE PARK AVENUE - NEW YORK, N. Y. 

Sales and Service Everywhere 



LANE'S LAUNDRY 

"The Housewife's Friend" 
814 West Market Street 
DEPENDABLE DRY CLEANING 



For everything from the hem that's just the wrong length 
to the material your mother sent you for a new dress — try 

MRS. TODD, Modiste 

CORNER OF WALKER AND FOREST 



The Art Shop 243 

Belk's 244 

The Boar and Castle 241 

Brownhills 244 

Carolina Pharmacy 244 

Coca-Cola, Greensboro Bottl. Co 237 

College Drug Store 241 

College Shop and Beauty Salon 240 

Columbia Laundry 241 

Criterion Theatre 243 

The Darling Shop 242 

Dicks Laundry Company 240 

Dillard Paper Company 238 

The Dixie Sundry Shop 238 



INDEX TO OUR ADVERTISERS 

Dr. Pepper 244 

Fields 244 

Greensboro Drug Company 240 

Greensboro Floral Company 239 

Greensboro News and Record 240 

The Grill 239 

Jefferson Roof Restaurant 240 

Kellenberger's Tourist Home 244 

Kress Store 239 

Lane's Laundry 245 

Mangel's 244 

Manning's Studio 244 

Manuel's Cafe 243 

Mary Greene, Modiste 238 



The Mecca 239 

Modern Charm Beauty Shop 241 

Montaldo's 238 

Nehi, Greensboro Bottling Company.... 242 

Odell's Hardware Company 242 

Pollocks Shoe Store 238 

Remington Rand 243 

Serunian & Sons 243 

Sills Shoe Store 240 

Sykes Florist Company 238 

Thacker's, Inc 242 

Mrs. Todd, Modiste 245 

Underwood Elliott Fisher 245 

Union Bus Station 240 

Woolworth 238 



Two Hundred Forty-five 




CHARLOWE ENGRAVING CO. 

Charlotte, North Carolina 



Two Hundred Forty-six 



School 
Publications 



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many years' specialization based on a compre- 
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and publication trends. 

A modern printing plant, operated by highly 
efficient craftsmen in every department, pro- 
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